When comparing Documents To Go vs Office 365, the Slant community recommends Office 365 for most people. In the question“What are the best Microsoft Office alternatives?” Office 365 is ranked 7th while Documents To Go is ranked 24th.
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Pro Rich editing features
Docs To Go offers more editing features than you would typically expect on Android devices
Pro Android phone and tablet versions are bundled in one download
One of the best features in this app is being able to use it across devices. Instead of having to download it twice, the different versions are bundled together to save time.
Pro Internal cloud service
You don't need to use any other cloud service in order to access your documents from anywhere
Pro No sign up necessary
Most apps require you to sign up in order to get going, Docs to go doesn't put users through the hassle of filling out a form before getting to use the app.
Pro Excellent integration and compatibility with MS Office desktop applications
Pro Easy to transition from MS Office
Office 365 is laid out the same way with a similar ribbon interface that will be instantly comfortable to long-time Microsoft Office users.
Pro Allows for real-time collaboration
Multiple people can work on the same document at the same time.
Pro Speech to text dictation
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Pro No installation required
Con Lack of spellchecker
If you happen to make a typo while using Documentss To Go, you're out of luck because they don't have a spell check feature.
Con There is a one time fee for the pro version
Uses proprietary software.
Con Has only a fraction of Microsoft Office functionality
Office 365 is not a complete replacement for Microsoft Office. The most advanced functionality still can only be found on the desktop.
Con Unusable for business in the EU
Cloud applications are mostly incompatible with the EU general data protection regulation.
Con Cloud dependent
Does not edit local files, they have to be synced first.