SOURCE: rollApp Inc.
September 04, 2014 11:00 ET
PALO ALTO, CA--(Marketwired - September 04, 2014) - rollApp Inc., an online virtualization technology provider that has delivered LibreOffice desktop applications on iPad and Chromebook, is now making LibreOffice applications available on Amazon Kindle Fire and other Android tablets.
Providing seamless integration with Google Drive and Dropbox office files, rollApp delivers LibreOffice Writer, Calc, Impress and Draw -- the most popular open-source alternatives to Microsoft Office -- to Android tablets.
"Based on ongoing user and market demands, we're bringing the power of a full-fledged office software to Kindle Fire and other Android tablets," said Vlad Pavlov, rollApp Founder and CEO. "We're thrilled to introduce LibreOffice suite on Android and bring it to Amazon customers giving them a better way to work with their documents. The apps for Kindle Fire and other Android tablets on rollApp are available with all of the features users have come to love on their desktop computers."
"We are happy to see LibreOffice available on mobile platforms," said Italo Vignoli, PR-Director of The Document Foundation. "Android is a leading operating system, and is key for the growth of LibreOffice outside the traditional boundaries of the PC desktop."
Kindle Fire users can download rollApp-powered apps via the Amazon Appstore; users of other Android tablets can install shortcuts to the apps or launch them right away inside a browser via http://www.rollapp.com/libreoffice. The cloud-based apps are ad-supported and free to use. It's easy to upgrade to unlimited, ad-free premium access to over 50 rollApp-hosted cloud applications for $6.99/month for the entire set with month-by-month payments, or save up to 15% with a yearly subscription.
rollApp Inc. -- privately held company located in Palo Alto -- develops online virtualization technology that makes it possible to work with existing desktop applications on any device. The applications are executed remotely on rollApp's cloud infrastructure and streamed to end-users' devices using proprietary HTML5-based technology.
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