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  1. #121  
    They have responded and retweeted to several people that have twittered about QO for webOS and have now responded on facebook:


    Quickoffice For those of you that would like to see Quickoffice for webOS, please make sure you vote at the link that Don posted above. Thank you for your confidence in Quickoffice products!!



    See it all here:

    Links on "Quickoffice" | Facebook

    No promise that they will do anything but our voices are being heard and they obviously want everyone to vote as well.

    So...keep voting if you haven't and drop by on facebook to put "likes" and comments on the suggestion that QO be available for webOS since somebody at least is reading the facebook comments as well.
  2. #122  
    Up to 2496. Someone go give 5 to get it over 2500.
  3. #123  
    BROKE 2500. Cool!

    if you're on twitter, you should check out some of the tweets from @quickoffice today. They actually asked how much we would be willing to pay. Sounds like a new thread!
  4. #124  
    It's been at 2551 for a few days now. Time for a BUMP!
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    #125  
    Here's the link for more people to go and vote for Quickoffice develop an office suite for WebOS: QuickOffice Connect Mobile Suite for Palm WebOS - by IdeaScale

    If you haven't voted yet, please do!
  6. #126  
    Just found this thread and put my 5 votes in. It is now up to 2911 "chips". I also sent them an email and received a reply. The email is at the bottom of this post.

    Let's do some quick and simple math...2911 votes at 5 votes per person means (roughly) 582 people want Quickoffice for webOS. Assuming, of course everybody put their 5 votes here. It is now selling at $15 for Palm OS. So if all 582 people bought it, they would get $8,700! Twice that at the regular price of $30. I don't know, $17,000 sounds like a lot of money to me. Maybe not enough to develop a new version?

    Or, do I sense a conspiracy here? Android and Apple are paying them to not develop Quickoffice for webOS?

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    email from Quickoffice, dated 10-18-10:

    Dear Dan,
    Thank you for your message.
    Quickoffice does not currently support webOS devices, but our product teams want to know what's important to you. Please visit [their url was here, but I can't include] to post feature requests and vote for requests that have been posted by others. On the site, you can tell us what you want to see in future Quickoffice products and on the Quickoffice website. You can also let us know how customer support can better assist you.

    We appreciate feed back from customers like you.

    Thank you for choosing Quickoffice and have a great day,
    Kristina
    Sr. Customer Care Specialist
    Quickoffice Customer Care
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    "Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler." -Albert Einstein
  7. #127  
    I just threw all my chips in to make it 2916.... we shall see...
  8. #128  
    I thought quickoffice was coming with webOS 2.0??
  9. #129  
    Yeah, there's a reader only version ipk floating around if you want it.
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  10. #130  
    Yes, QO _IS_ coming with webOS2.0, and by all accounts it will be a standard part of the OS, as in it will be free. All my wishes will be answered.
  11. #131  
    Quote Originally Posted by gaudenti View Post
    Just found this thread and put my 5 votes in. It is now up to 2911 "chips". I also sent them an email and received a reply. The email is at the bottom of this post.
    Thanks for the reminder. I voted.
  12. #132  
    Quote Originally Posted by amateurhack View Post
    Yes, QO _IS_ coming with webOS2.0, and by all accounts it will be a standard part of the OS, as in it will be free. All my wishes will be answered.
    Odds are it's a reader-only, like the DocViewr that was created by DataViz for webOS 1.
  13. #133  
    Quote Originally Posted by Grabber5.0 View Post
    Odds are it's a reader-only, like the DocViewr that was created by DataViz for webOS 1.
    I think the odds are against your statement. The WebOS SDk has changed so much since then. That fact along with the addition of plenty of APIs in 2.0 says that this will a complete document app.
  14. #134  
    There will mostly likely be two different versions, as on the iPhone. The reader only bundled in with 2.0 and a pro version in the App Catalog.
  15. #135  
    this has me worried, if there will be more than a reader version of QO, why wouldn't their email response suggest so?

    big problem if it's not an editing version...
  16. #136  
    I can see this bieng useful on either the pre/pixi or palmpad. Especially the palmpad you have to have an office doc editing app for a slate device on launch. Look how well it worked for apple and works for windows 7 slate devices despite their unfriendly finger input. That is the only reason RIM purchased DataViz to be able to compete in this space not only for slates but for everyday consumers, students and enterprise eventually. Invade the college level age braket/market and you have upset the Apple. Just my 2 cents.
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    #137  
    if document editing is not included in webos 2.0 you had better believe HP is currently looking to buy a company or just develop it themselves to get it integrated ASAP. They plan on competing with Apple, Google, and RIM.. they will not leave this out for very long.
  18. #138  
    Quote Originally Posted by MDsmartphone View Post
    this has me worried, if there will be more than a reader version of QO, why wouldn't their email response suggest so?
    Perhaps they have an agreement with Palm to not make any kind of an announcement until after Palm does?
    Sharp YO-370 -> HP 200LX -> Palm m125 -> Palm Treo 680 -> Pre 2

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  19. #139  
    nah, they already tweeted or posted somewhere (i think, but pretty sure) that they were working on something for webOS a few months ago.

    now this email doesn't sound promising.

    I agree doc editing isn't all that important on a small device such as the pre and pixi, but nevertheless, it is vitally important for some based on their work, and esp.for enterprise.

    webOS has lingered too long not to have doc editing,and hopefully hp is now working on something...
  20. #140  
    As you've all prolly read in the engadget.com Pre 2 review, "integrated Quickoffice"
    Sharp YO-370 -> HP 200LX -> Palm m125 -> Palm Treo 680 -> Pre 2

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