Deal Alert: Get Polaris Office application for iOS at 95% discount

Polaris Office 1 With smartphones and tablets becoming our constant companion, most of the people have started using them for office related tasks such as viewing and editing the office documents. However, there are very few applications with this functionality including Apple’s free iWork suite of apps, which runs into compatibility issues with Microsoft Office format. So, if you are looking for an application which provides support for Microsoft’s Office files, then now is the best time to check Polaris Office application. The application, normally carry the price tag of around Rs 1,200 is now available for just Rs 55 for limited time. The limited time promotion will run till 14th December. Polaris Office application is able to open most of the formats like word file (doc/ docx), spreadsheet (xls/ xlsx), presentation (ppt/ pptx) and pdf files, as well. It offers more than 300 editing options for a document, and also comes with templates, charts, and figures for presentations. It also supports direct import of photo from device camera, and then its customization by cropping it, or putting frame around it. Polaris Office Screenshots Other features of the app include integration with cloud services viz. Dropbox, and Google Drive. The application can also open compatible files in the email attachment directly or even open the zip files. The developers are also teasing the upcoming update to the version 5.0 for the application, which will bring more editing options and enhanced compatibility with Microsoft Office documents. Hurry up if you are looking for Office application for your iPhone or iPad! Here’s the download link of Polaris Office.
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