OpenDocument Reader

OpenDocument Reader


View and modify OpenDocuments on the go using OpenDocument Reader!

OpenDocument Reader allows you to read your ODF (OpenDocument Format) documents wherever you are. In the bus on your way to school? No problem! With OpenDocument Reader you can read and search through your documents in a very clean and simple way. Is there just one last typo left to fix in your document? It now supports modification of documents too! Fast, simple and well integrated.

You can start reading your documents from within other apps. Supported apps include...
- GMail
- Google Drive
- Box.net
- Dropbox
- lots of other apps

“ODF” is the format used by office suites like OpenOffice and LibreOffice. Text documents (.odt), as well as spreadsheets (.ods) and also presentations (.odp) are supported, including support for complex formatting and embedded images. Graphs are no problem either. If you want to secure your data you can even open password-protected documents.

This app is open-source. We are not affiliated with OpenOffice, LibreOffice or similar.

In order to buy ourselves some food, ads are shown while using this app. Bearing with them is highly appreciated!

Recent changes:
2.12:
- KitKat support!
- improved error reporting
- we're gradually rolling out a new version, which includes experimental support for modifying documents. Join our Google+ community to stay up-to-date: http://goo.gl/8PY9Lz

2.10:
- added and updated translations - thanks to everybody who contributed!
- fullscreen mode
- add support for Google Cloud printing
- highly experimental Text-To-Speech functionality
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About OpenDocument Reader
View and modify OpenDocuments on the go using OpenDocument Reader!

OpenDocument Reader allows you to read your ODF (OpenDocument Format) documents wherever you are. In the bus on your way to school? No problem! With OpenDocument Reader you can read and search through your documents in a very clean and simple way. Is there just one last typo left to fix in your document? It now supports modification of documents too! Fast, simple and well integrated.

You can start reading your documents from within other apps. Supported apps include...
- GMail
- Google Drive
- Box.net
- Dropbox
- lots of other apps

“ODF” is the format used by office suites like OpenOffice and LibreOffice. Text documents (.odt), as well as spreadsheets (.ods) and also presentations (.odp) are supported, including support for complex formatting and embedded images. Graphs are no problem either. If you want to secure your data you can even open password-protected documents.

This app is open-source. We are not affiliated with OpenOffice, LibreOffice or similar.

In order to buy ourselves some food, ads are shown while using this app. Bearing with them is highly appreciated!

Recent changes:
2.12:
- KitKat support!
- improved error reporting
- we're gradually rolling out a new version, which includes experimental support for modifying documents. Join our Google+ community to stay up-to-date: http://goo.gl/8PY9Lz

2.10:
- added and updated translations - thanks to everybody who contributed!
- fullscreen mode
- add support for Google Cloud printing
- highly experimental Text-To-Speech functionality

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Saturday 12:51 AM
Very useful for docs on the go! I usually transfer open office docs to tablet after composing on desk or laptop.
A Google User
4 days ago
It helped me to open other documents that I couldn't open with other apps, thank you.
A Google User
4 days ago
Not bad but not great. I like that the app opens the file without a bunch of other stuff all around the screen but it would be nice if I could leave the app for a short period of time and come back without having to reopen the file.
A Google User
6 days ago
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A Google User
6 days ago
YES. Its fine :)
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