CloudOn Brings Microsoft Office To Your iPad For Free [Update: Pulled]

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10 responses to “CloudOn Brings Microsoft Office To Your iPad For Free [Update: Pulled]”

  1. Jack G says:

    No UK app :(

  2. Frank Hauser says:

    It’s a bit ugly and clunky, but it works. In fact, it works the way I was hoping iCloud was going to work with Pages, Numbers and Keynote. I may use it if the slight sluggishness doesn’t dive me nuts.

  3. David Quiroz says:

    I think you crashed them with this announcement, their signup server is now down :-(

  4. morgan3nelson says:

    Not sure how many users they now have – but the service/server seems to be down now.  I certainly hope that this wasn’t just a sophisticated phishing scheme to get DropBox credentials :-)

  5. Will Empey says:

    Now it is showing “currently unavailable” in the App Store

  6. timoftelaur says:

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  7. iStevei says:

    Apple makes amazing interfaces for apps, very easy-to-use, because Apple has huge experience and skills in this area. 

    Mac users have Pages.app (with export to Word function). Not nessesary install Word if you have Mac or iPad.

  8. Frank Hauser says:

    For me it was less a matter of having Word than having access to my documents without having to upload to or download from iCloud when I want to work on something on my Mac. The access to Dropbox is a cleaner way to do it.

  9. PhilRead says:

    A brief review of CloudOn setup, Dropbox integration and some editing features. I find it will be useful and hope it shows up (again) on the app store. http://www.architecture-tech.c

  10. Dan Neumann says:

    It looks like it is back in the app store. I just downloaded it on the iPad, created a new account, and accessed my information on DropBox. Not sure what happened in January, but it appears that it may be resolved.

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