In data giovedì 31 marzo 2011 17:32:45, Jaime R. Garza ha scritto:
Hello Stefan ,
It's not about advise or not, is about platform-independence!
Thinkfree has great compatibility with MS formats (still the
defacto-standards) and runs in all platforms including Android and iOS.
The advise here is that LO developers should try to focus on making those
three 3 apps available as soon as possible for Android & iOS.
(1) They plan to support ODF on the next version.
(2) Yes, exactly as MSOffice
Please, don't top quote.
This said, are any of you involved in business? If so, maybe you use a
So let's start to think to create *also* a light version for Blackberry OS.
Enterprises would also accept to pay a little fee for it, helping its
development and the foundation, I suppose.
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