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Spreadsheet application!
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danangdoc
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Oct 2, 2008, 01:57 PM
 
I don't work for Softshare (they're in the U.K.) but have to say they have the best spreadsheet out there for the iPod/iPhone. Of course they are the only one I know of! Took a bit to get used to it, (instructions are in your intuition folder) but it works fine. They promised to add some enhancements in the next revision, so that you can import and export an Excel compatible file. I'm guessing Numbers (iWork) files will be able to work as well. Hope so. Maybe this app isn't a must for everyone, but for keeping budget and expenses, it does the job and I can wait a bit longer for the upgrades. I tried AirSharing for spreasheets, but can't get it to display larger than 'thumbnail' size, after following directions on how to do it. It was free, so can't complain I guess, but Spreadsheet (catchy name, right?) is a winner.
     
64stang06
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Oct 2, 2008, 02:43 PM
 
Says $7.99 in the app store...
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danangdoc  (op)
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Oct 2, 2008, 04:02 PM
 
Sorry to confuse you. When I downloaded AirSharing, it was free. I was able to set it up quickly and easily. I did pay US $7.99 for SPREADSHEET. And in fairness, I can't really compare the two, as AirSharing will display any file type you select on your PC or Mac, and SPREADSHEET is just that - a spreadsheet. I predict great enhancements for both!
     
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Oct 2, 2008, 04:59 PM
 
Gotcha I misunderstood but it did seem like you downloaded Spreadsheet for free. I've seen the reviews for Spreadsheet and so far, they don't look too promising.
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