Basic docx Reader

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Basic docx Reader

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Store Category Version Last Update Avg. ratings
Android Business 1.5.1 September 14, 2013 3.81

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Version 1.5.1 released on September 14, 2013
1.5.1 Minor bug fix - catching the most common error when opening email attachments to prevent crashes.
1.5 App now retains state, including scroll, when rotated. You can now pinch zoom the document.
1.4 Bug fix: Stop app from offering to open non-docx files following error in last update.
1.3 You can now open docx email attachments.
1.2 Settings Menu: You can now choose the text size and invert the document colours if you prefer black text on a white background.

Version released on January 01, 1970

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App Description

"It's not big and it's not clever", it is in fact a tiny and efficient docx (word 2007/2010) file reader. Support is limited to basic tables, lists and text but if you want a tiny app that lets you open a docx from dropbox, the web, email attachments* or your local file system then this will get the job done.


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It is basic, but if you like it please leave a positive review. Every little helps. If you don't like it, please email me to tell me what's wrong before leaving me a negative review. That said, due to the volume of email I get, if the message doesn't explain clearly what the problem is and how to reproduce it, I will have to ignore it as this is something I do for free, in my spare time.

Known Issues:
*sometimes attachments can't be opened due to a permissions error, will release a fixed app with corrected manifest as soon as i can.

Doesn't currently support:
- passworded files
- image support
- Bookmarking
- Search

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