In contrast, similar iTunes store apps by Apple — Pages for text documents, Numbers for spreadsheets and Keynote for presentations — will cost $9.99 each. Another one that I like, Documents to Go by DataViz, for both Apple and Android devices, has different prices, from $9.99 for the basic version to $16.99 for premium.
In promotional materials, Polaris notes its fast document loading speed compared with related apps and its ability to work with cloud storage services like Google Docs, and Dropbox. It also will let users view PDF files and open ZIP files.
Like the others I've tried, Polaris appears to be a good one to get your work done via mobile.
If you'd rather procrastinate by playing the latest game, download the free Temple Run 2 from Imangi Studios and run, jump and slide down zip lines as a monster chases you. The Android version is expected this week.
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