As we’re gearing up for Google’s I/O conference, one of the most interesting things will be seeing all the application developers showing off its wares. DataViz is always one to put on a good show and it will be showcasing its Documents To Go 3.0 for Android.
The latest version of the productivity suite adds some key new features like two-way file syncing with a desktop application. You can sync the files to your handset via USB cable, although there’s no word yet on if the Android version will be as cloud-friendly as the iPhone edition. Well, we’ll find out soon enough as the IntoMobile team is going to put this and all the other Android apps through the paces at Google’s conference.
It will also include support for Microsoft 2010 files, which is key for nearly any mobile professional. Other new features include:
Enhanced Document File Browser & Manager
As more solutions become available to access files on the go, Documents To Go 3.0 has been enhanced with the necessary tools to efficiently browse and manage these files on a mobile device. Mobile workers can now view, edit, create, delete, sort, filter, star, sync, backup and send files from one centralized application.
Improved Adobe PDF Support with New Multitouch Pinch-to-Zoom
PDF To Go, which is included in the full version of Documents To Go, has been improved with multitouch pinch-to-zoom, animated double-tap zoom, multi-page rendering, rotate page options, hyperlink support, and keypad shortcuts to make it a best-of-breed mobile PDF viewer.
Updated FREE Version Now with Microsoft PowerPoint® File Viewing and New Live Folders
Any Android device owner can now download a beefed-up and free version of Documents To Go, which allows viewing of native Microsoft Word, Excel and now PowerPoint files and attachments. In addition, the free version will also include new Live Folders to help keep recently used and favorite files at their finger tips.
The full version will cost about $15 and it will debut in “a few weeks.” There’s a free version which enables you to just view documents and those who have already paid for the app will get the update for free. The desktop client may be sold separately, however.