Documents to Go Premium Now Available

Documents to Go Premium Now Available!
By Kevin Michaluk on 24 Jun 2008 12:47 am EDT

Jason from DataViz dropped word in the CrackBerry Forums yesterday that they have released the Premium Version of Documents To Go, the upscale version of the native viewing/editing software for Word / Excel / Powerpoint files that ships native on BlackBerry OS 4.5 and 4.6.

For $69.99, the premium version boasts the following add-ons:

  • Create new Word, Excel and PowerPoint files
  • Spell checking for word processing files
  • Advanced character/font formatting
  • Advanced paragraph formatting
  • Insert and delete tables for word processing files
  • Insert and edit auto bullets & numbers in word processing files
  • Sorting in spreadsheets
  • Apply cell formatting in spreadsheets
  • Insert and delete worksheets
  • Insert, duplicate and delete slides in presentations
  • And much more

A Free 30 Day Trial is available, so you can get some hands-on time before you buy.

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Reader comments

Documents to Go Premium Now Available


Why would they release this ahead of the release for the OS that you need to support it? Went to the site to buy it and they list it as compatable with the the Curve 8330, but then make you click a box that says something like "I certify that i am running os 4.5". Come on OS 4.5! I would like pick up the Premium edition.

And when you go to Dataviz and try to download the trial, it asks you to put in the registration number from the standard edition that's included with 4.5. Hmmmm....

"Why would they release this ahead of the release for the OS that you need to support it?"

Remember that the OS doesn't get released worldwide all at the same time. There are some carriers who have started making 4.5 available to their customers. That's part of the reason DataViz decided to release Documents To Go Premium now. Might seem strange for those of us who are waiting for the big North American carriers to release 4.5 but if you look at the market globally I think it makes sense.

Jason C. -

They probably also know that a lot of people are running the 4.5 beta in North America so they went ahead and released it. I know I like it so far ;)

On one hand this is good news. On the other hand it's another reason to be more infuriated with the 4.5 OS not being widely available.

Now if there was only enough memory on the curve to get this program. It is SO cramped. Please RIM give us LOTS of memory on future devices so we can use all the awesome programs coming out.

Hopefully Telus users can get the 4.5 update soon for our 8330's. This app would be nice to have on my BB.