I have the full version of google docs, and I was dismayed that it doesn't let you go to other sheets of your worksheet. I have multiple sheets per xls file, and I can't open everything except the top sheet.
It's a good thing google docs saved the day for me.
Again the spreadsheets is kinda weird to edit, but it works for me. At least I can go with multiple sheets with one file.
can you edit google docs via the browser? what about downloading docs onto the phone, editing them, saving them to the SD card, and then uploading them later?
(no experience with an Evo... YET)
I have the full version of Documents To Go and the phone came with the "read-only" version of QuickOffice. If you have complex spreadsheets like I have, which have multiple worksheet in one xls file like I do, in Documents to Go as whell as QuickOffice, you will only be able to view the top most spreadsheet. Which is a big bummer for me.
Good thing though, Google docs is free and you can edit your xls files as well as go through multiple worksheet files.
You can technically edit text documents by selecting the Desktop version. Problem is that the keyboard doesn't automatically show up and if you do manually bring up the keyboard, it displays directly over the text which makes it hard to see what you're typing though I could see the text show up on my computer which had the same document open. So it's definitely not optimized for mobile devices though it probably would work fine if the HTC Evo had a physical keyboard.
I'm running the Ava-FroyoV1 ROM, btw.
Update: I initially was trying it out in landscape (wide) view which would be why the keyboard was over all of the text. In portrait (long) view it's manageable though my keyboard doesn't have directional keys for going up and down through the document. I'm pretty sure the stock rom's keyboard did have directional keys though.
Last edited by BasouKazuma; July 25th, 2010 at 10:55 PM.
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When Sprint announced their first ever 4G handset at CTIA in March 2010, they dropped a bombshell on the mobile world. The HTC Evo 4G is a device that introduces a lot of firsts when compared to other North American handsets. This is the first Andr... Read More