The Best Choice For Your Mobile Android Office

January 1, 2013

If you are an Android device owner (smartphone or tablet) and you are a Microsoft Office user it is important to have the ability to create, view and edit Microsoft Word, Excel or Powerpoint files, while on the go.

The android app that I settled with, that is FREE, is the acclaimed Kingsoft Office for Android. I have tested nearly every android app out there that is capable of creating, viewing and editing Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint files, and Kingsoft Office is, in my opinion, the best choice and the most accurate.

Kingsoft Office for Android

Kingsoft Office for Android is the only Android mobile Office with full-features FREE. It is currently the No.1 FREE Business App in the Google Play Market. Over 12 million people worldwide are using this mobile office app to edit, share, and collaborate on the go. It is widely used in various popular mobile phones like Samsung and HTC. For Samsung Galaxy Note, we have a special installer, learn more.

Two of my favorite features are the ability to read Adobe PDF files and the ability to upload and download files on, Google Drive and Dropbox, directly from the file manager built into the app.

Feature List:

  • Desktop Widget
  • Writer for Android
  • Spreadsheets for Android
  • Presentation for Android
  • File manager
  • Input file formats: Support 23 kinds of files, including DOC/DOCX/TXT /XLS/XLSX/PPT/PPTX/PDF
  • Output file formats: Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint 97 to 2010 formats: .doc, .docx, .txt, .xls, .xlsx, .pptx and .pdf.
  • Share documents via Email
    and Cloud Storage.
  • Easily open, view and send
    Email attachments.
  • Upload and download files
    on, Google Drive and Dropbox.
  • The interface is simple and easy to navigate.
  • The thumbnail wall helps you to find the recently opened files quickly.
  • The Desktop Widget provides convenient document previewing and editing functions.



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Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#29)

September 23, 2009

Each week you have a lot to gain by visiting the sites and reading the articles that are compiled from the What’s On My PC… blogroll for Geek Squeaks’ of the Week.  The blog authors go to great strides to post articles on a regular basis, with the intent of helping others.


Tech-for Everyone
General Advice For Purchasing A Digital Camera*
CWSandbox – automated online malware analysis

Piyada’s World
Chick Video Joiner – A video joiner with converting ability

Check who is using your wireless network
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How To Find Hard Drive Information Via Command Line(CLI)

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2 Free Tools to Write Protect USB Flash Drives from Registry

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Fixing a webcam

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Upgrade your Windows Installer version

Free PC Security
Portable Tools – WinPatrolToGo & CCleaner

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Carol’s Vault
SlideFinder – find the PowerPoint presentations that you need
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The Spyware Biz Blog
Are your kids aware of privacy problems with social sites

Plato On-Line
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5 Worthy Gmail Notifiers

Bill Mullins’ Weblog – Tech Thoughts
Personal Privacy – A Dangerous Concept!

Right On Technology
Twitter Valued at $1 Billion

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Using your digital camera as a mobile scanner…

January 15, 2009

Here is something that is pretty cool…  You can use your digital camera as a scanner with software called “Snapter Ice”… By taking a photo of a document and using the Snapter Ice software you can adjust and convert the output to various formats.  I tested the software by taking a digital photo of a document, which contained a picture and various fonts.  Using the Snapter Ice software I was able to make adjustments (i.e. skew adjustments) to the imperfections and ended up with a decently scanned PDF document.  There is a 14 day trial with the software; however, after the 14 days, the software remains fully functional, with the exception that a light watermark image is stamped on the work you produce with the software.  I usually focus on free and open source software; however, due to the nature of this software still being useable after its’ trial, I opted to post it…  May help someone in a pinch…

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Use your digital camera as a mobile scanner to scan documents, business cards, whiteboards, and books.

Snapter makes camera photos look like scanned documents!

One-click instant PDF.

Snapter rotates, crops, stretches, sharpens, improves color, and creates a PDF for you. While you may be able to do some of these tasks manually using Photoshop, why waste life’s precious time?

Magic is in the algorithm.

There are things you can’t do even if you are a Photoshop pro! For example, you can’t produce sharp flat-looking page images from curved book pages. Snapter’s deceptively simple-looking interface hides advanced algorithms that can correct page curvature and perspective in a snap!

Easily create PDFs without expensive Adobe Acrobat software. Snapter supports JPG, TIFF and other popular formats . Use Snapter instead and save yourself $$$.

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What digital camera should you buy?

November 25, 2008

I came across an article today, “General Advice for Purchasing a Digital Camera” (by TechPaul – Tech-for Everyone) that caught my attention.  I love digital cameras; however, I am an amateur photographer at heart.   I have owned quite a few cameras over the years and I have found that they keep getting better and cheaper. 

Digital camera purchases for Christmas is one of the hottest items out there. So, what digital camera should you buy?  I really can not tell you the exact one to purchase, but if you follow the the (2)-two steps outlined below, it will get you started in the right direction.

  1. Get the basics down…  I encourage you to review “TechPaul’s” advice [click here] on purchasing a digital camera to get some of the terminology down. Once you have a good idea about optical vs. digital zoom, image stabilization, megapixels, LCD viewfinder, etc. proceed to step 2.  TechPaul provides an excellent description of the key elements you need to know in a way that is understandable.  Thank you TechPaul…
  2. Start shopping…  Digital cameras are hot sellers, have come a long way in a short span of time, and are available everywhere.  The problem is that there are so many of them that it creates a dilemma.  Usually when I shop for a digital camera, it is either a camera that has caught my eye OR I’m just starting out, not knowing what I really am looking for.  Either way, the solution that I keep going back to is “Steve’s Digicam’s”. Steve’s Digicam’s web site is touted as “The consumer’s best source of digital camera information and news”. The reviews and information which is provided is phenomenal.  Since Christmas is coming, and a camera may be on your wishlist, I suggest you visit the site and click on “Holiday Wishlist”, which will walk you through the process of finding a camera that they have reviewed and rated. It is also an awesome site to teach you about digital photography.


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