1. Chrisy's Avatar
    Why would I buy Documents To Go Premium when Adobe PDF Reader is free?

    What are the differences?
    04-15-2011 06:47 PM
  2. ChezDigital's Avatar
    You can edit word, excel, and powerpoint docs.
    04-16-2011 01:09 AM
  3. error4o4's Avatar
    Uhh microsoft office function is the only reason real reason docs to go exists... Not pdf
    04-16-2011 01:09 AM
  4. Chrisy's Avatar
    Thanks. I only use Word. Adobe is good enough for my PDF viewing.
    04-16-2011 04:45 AM
  5. FireMedic559's Avatar
    I used docs to go alot on my blackberry and when switched to android i also saw that adobe had its own pdf reader for FREE! I thought awesome dont have to re buy that app. Until I found that adobe's OWN reader wouldnt open HALF of my PDF's that docs would open. In fact I kept getting phone lock ups and force closes trying to use it. I thought wtf! its adobes own program! how disappointing. You would think that adobe would be able to do this. Ended up re buying docs and ALL of my word (had problems with quickoffice also) and pdf's open GREAT no problems and full functions. Really disappointed that adobe cant create a working app to open its own file format. Docs to go is still half price until 4/17 in Market. WELL worth the money.
    04-16-2011 07:40 AM
  6. george-gi's Avatar
    Adove it's the best app for open a PDF file all other app's existing for open office documents.
    but them so expensive - i don't see why??
    i use in "Documento office viewer" - very nice app and cost very very cheap..- nice one.
    06-13-2012 05:53 AM
  7. Gekko's Avatar
    Docs To Go also adds allows you to open up encrypted password protected Word and Excel files.
    06-13-2012 10:17 AM
  8. michaelp68's Avatar
    I don't know if Office Suite and Docs to Go are comparable, but I'm under the impression that they are. If it helps, I believe that Office Suite Pro is currently only 99 cents via Amazon's app store.
    avt7tablet likes this.
    06-14-2012 10:55 AM
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