Collabora Office is a text editor, spreadsheet and presentation program based on
LibreOffice, the world's most popular Open Source office suite — and now it's
on iOS, enhancing your possibilities to work on mobile devices. This app is in
active development, feedback and bug reports are...
Best iOS spreadsheet and office suite (short of the costly MS office apps)
Thanks Collabora for finally creating an IOS office suite app that rivals the MS suite with both quality and Windows file compatibility, but for free! (My accountant also thanks you!!) A very few minor bugs, all of which I've been able to work-around. I'm sure they will be fixed sometime soon, as it is so obvious that a lot of time, care, and talent has gone into the crafting of this excellent app, and with so many very recent updates too. Note to a dissatisfied rater: To move the toolbar off of the first rows of the spreadsheet, just click on the "edit" icon, which is a pencil in the lower right. To the folks at Collabora: May you and this most excellent app live long and prosper! Where can I send a donation? Scott Perry
Logitech folio with keyboard not supported
This app looks great and opens up my PCs LibreOffice spreadsheet without any problems. Unfortunately, the Logitech folio keyboard for the iPad Pro (11” 2019 version iPad Pro) doesn’t seem supported. None of the keys on the keyboard do anything. The Logitech keyboard works fine on all my other apps (using it right now to type this), so it’s just Collabora.
I was hoping to use this to edit LibreOffice Writer documents with my iPad, but it’s completely unusable. To its credit, the app did a wonderful job of locating files and scanning apps, even seeing a wireless-connected USB stick, so I had high hopes. Unfortunately, when I loaded one of the documents (created with LOW Portable 6.x on Windows), it came up as utter garbage on the screen. Multiple lines of text overwrote each other, the “page” display area was broken, and the result was just a complete mess. The interface looks pretty, but that’s the best I can say about it.
Can’t get simple spreadsheet to work...
I tried to do a simple spreadsheet, just a column of numbers. Not sure how to even enter each value, one row at a time. I was finally able to enter a value in the first cell, but not very intuitive, nothing like Excel, or even LibreOffice. I’m sure there’s something I’m missing, but there’s no Help available. It also locked up my iPad, the only thing I could do was force power-down. Hopefully LibreOffice will come to IOS !!!
LibreOffice on the go!
6/23/20: new update brings the app to top tier - more than the functionality you need to create top notch files from your iPhone. Very small learning curve but equals/exceeds its Microsoft counterpart. Kudos development team!
It's Not Work Ready
I opened an ODS file created by desktop LibreOffice. The columns header and first row of cell data were covered by the format toolbar and there was no way to move it out of the way. This is less than pre-beta quality issues that should have been fixed before distributing.
Can someone tell me where my document went? Worked on it AND saved it, but it’s nowhere to be found when I open the app back up. Beyond frustrated...
Looks Great iPad OS 14 Breaks It
App installs, will not create or open files on iPAD OS 14.
Unuseable - copy paste rubbish, indenting rubbish, backspacing rubbish, just so bad
I earnestly want a good iOS words processor. And use Libre Office on my Mac's. This app has so many missing features that one should take for granted as a basic standard that are just not there, or if they are there, they are so clunky they might as well not be there. Try deleting a sentence by back spacing for example. Hold down backspace and you get one character. No repetition if you long press, so guess what - you delete sentences one character at a time. Try selecting a sentence, it just selects one word AND ignores any preceding spacers. Soooo selecting a sentence is a three step process, select first word, extend highlight manually to all words, extend highlight to encompass the spacer characters it ignored. Even Libre Office can select a sentence in its entirety with a few taps, this app is supposed to be based on that code. The indent feature is a nightmare and unusable. The drop down menus don't go away when you click elsewhere, they hang around open until you return and click the exact menu again. The onscreen keyboard is a nightmare to invoke when you want to types. Also the keyboard often disappears when you don't want it to. Try a copy and paste. If you want to copy, then select the text (that three step process I mentioned) and the app does not offer a hover menu with the word "copy", instead you have to go to the drop down menu sat the top and select copy - DINOSAUR feature. Plus now you've got something copied, this app can't detect the clipboard has something in it and then activate a paste hover menu. If you want to paste what you copied, yep, go to the drop down menu at the top and select paste. This is out of the dark ages! Excruciatingly long winded work flow to do the simplest tasks. This app is currently rubbish. Definately not a serious attempt at a decent word processor, with all its time consuming clunky features and all its missing features one takes for granted elsewhere.
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