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Documents to Go Screenshots
By Kevin Michaluk on 24 Jan 2008 12:19 am EST

DataViz posted this on their official blog today...

"For those of you who are patiently waiting for Documents To Go to be available for your BlackBerry, we thought we'd take a moment to give you a taste of what its going to look like."
I'm waiting, but not very patiently. See more screenshots. Thanks Josep for sending this in!

Topics: BlackBerry Apps


Gary Cutri

It will be interesting to see how good the "official" BlackBerry document editing applications are once BES 4.1 SP5 and firmware 4.5 is released. From some of the screenshots I've seen it did look like eWord was included but I can't 100% confirm that.


I would like to see Docs to Go (which is a powerful tool) running and storing docs using the Expansion Card, because Internal Memory in the Berries is too small.


From the release on RIM's website it looks like word and powerpoint are included in the initial release with excel following later. Makes sense since excel has a lot more detail with equations and macros and junk. I just hope that they make this available for those of us running on BIS. Would be VERY frustrating if it is a BES only thing.


I'm VERY curious about how effective this is going to be. I had "Documents to Go" on an old Palm Device and it was a HUGE memory hog.