Get OfficeSuite Pro 6 in the Play Store for $0.99 Until May 10th

I don’t know about you, but I love deals. This is especially true when it comes to mobile software that normally costs $15.00. Well Mobile Systems is offering their newly released OfficeSuite Pro 6 for only $0.99. If you remember, OfficeSuite Pro 5 was Amazon‘s Free App of the Day last October. So while it’s not as good of a deal as getting it for free, getting the newest version of the Office Suite for a buck is hard to beat.

For $0.99 you’ll be getting a full fledged mobile office suite that has built in support for Word, Excel, PDFs and Powerpoint. It comes with a built-in file-browser and a handy email reader as well. This means that you don’t have to leave the app at all should you need information that an email has in it. It comes with support for phones as well as tablets so you’re getting a lot more bang for your buck. It syncs with your various cloud storage services like Box, Dropbox or Google Drive for example. It’s optimized for Ice Cream Sandwich and has the following features:

  • Page view for Word and other text documents
  • Headers and footers in Word documents
  • Page numbering in text documents
  • Editing in PowerPoint Slide View for even faster slide changing
  • Objects manipulation in PowerPoint files – move, resize, rotate
  • Filters in Excel so you can quickly and effectively handle your data
  • Significantly increased number of functions in Excel – OfficeSuite now offers the richest choice of 240 unique functions
  • Improved cell selection in spreadsheets
  • SugarSync compatibility so you can now access your remote files in SugarSync
  • Cursor adjustment in text documents
  • WordArt support in text documents

However there is a catch and that is that you have until May 10th to snag this deal. So as soon as you’re finished reading this, scroll down a bit to get your download link and QR code. If you’re looking for a decent office suite, you’ll be hard pressed to find a better deal. Check it out!

Google Play Store – Link 

source: Android Police

About the Author: Jack Holt

Jack is an Android and Tech enthusiast that hails from the state of Montana. During those long winter months he is either finishing his degree in EMS management or searching the internet for anything and everything Android. His love of the OS started back with the ERIS and graduated to the original DROID. He continued his experience with both the X and the Incredible 2 and has recently purchased a DROID RAZR. He currently holds a day job managing a small ambulance company where he spends a lot of his day teaching Basic life saving procedures. When he isn’t studying, working or writing for TalkAndroid he is either playing the Kinect or Wii with his fiancée or spending time trying figure out ways to tinker with all things electronic.