Libreoffice is a superior alternative to Microsoft office and best of all, it is free and open source. With the new update, the icons look more modern. Because of its open source nature, you could customize it extensively and its price allows your document to be opened universally. Linux users do not have to...
ProFont embedding support
ProPresentations can have 3D models embeded within them
ProThe most user-friendly option
ProLots of extensions and dictionaries
ProHigh compatibility with MS Office
ProThe de-facto standard
ProComprehensive suite of applications
ProFree and open source
ConNeeds a lot of system resources
ConLibreoffice base requires Java
ConNot fully compatible to MSOffice
qube is simply amazing. it's super easy to see who's online, who's available and who's in a meeting. and I can "watch" folks so I get a notification when they become available. it's also super smart about timezones. And i love the fact that I can change the color scheme to mat...
Proqube lets me choose my favorite color scheme
ProNo longer need to convert timezones! qube does it for me!
ProWatch people and be notified when they're back from lunch or done with a meeting
ProReally great visuals of who's working together, customers/external invitees, and statuses
ProSuper easy to start meetings - no meeting URLs or chatting with people to see if they're free.
ProSpreadsheet features are on par with other spreadsheet apps
ProHas Google fonts
ProGoogle fonts available on Fandango word processor
ProThe word processor is full featured
ProNo .NET or Java
ProThis office suite can be installed and run as a native desktop application
ProIt is an online and offline office suite that is also a Progressive Web Application