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    Post Documents To Go by DataViz for Blackberry

    ...looks like any day now, DataViz are going to release DocumentsToGo for Blackberry. About time!

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    About time is right NAVI!!! Ive been dyin for this!
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    Default Documents To Go Premium Now Available!

    Documents To Go Premium is now available! Also a 30 day trial if you want to test it out first...

    ttp://www.dataviz.com/products/documentstogo/blackberry/

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    This is more advance than the version included with OS 4.5 or what??
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmcclure937 View Post
    This is more advance than the version included with OS 4.5 or what??
    Yep; there's a feature comparison chart on the website:
    ttp://www.dataviz.com/products/documentstogo/blackberry/feature_matrix.html

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    Sounds amazing!
    ...but at $70? That'll put a hole in my [already empty] pocketbook.
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    Default Documents to Go - For BB - FINALLY!!!

    For everyone that has been waiting (like 4EVER)
    DataViz has announced the release of Docs2Go for Blackberry

    It is $69.99 and has a 30 day free trial.

    Unlike the version that comes with OS 4.5 this
    is a full version that supports viewing and editing
    of Word, Excel an Powerpoint files.

    Documents To Go for BlackBerry Smartphones: Word, Excel and PowerPoint on your BlackBerry Smartphone
    Last edited by amazinglygraceless; 06-23-2008 at 02:49 PM.
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    My bad I just looked down and saw naviwilliams posted the same.
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    I was wondering the difference between this and the version in OS 4.5!! I thought the 4.5 version supported viewing and editing as well, eh whatev.
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    When you are in Docs To Go that came with 4.5 be sure to check for update using the menu button. There is one available!
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    I was going to say that, but it is no biggie. Didn't wanna be rude
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    Two questions:

    1) Why pay for the upgrade? (I know read the comparison page). But is it worth it?
    2) How does the Premium version compare with the likes of eOffice or QuickOffice?
    Last edited by zelph; 06-23-2008 at 03:20 PM.
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    The email they sent me states your device MUST HAVE ver 4.5 or better in order for this program to operate. Anyone know if there is a 4.5 ver for a Verizon 8830 on the horizon?
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    I just got the email, and i'm pretty disappointed. You have to upgrade to Premium according to the email if you want to create documents. EAFD DataViz, on my Treo I can create all day long with the free version that came with the OS. And Premium is only $50 for Palm OS. Very, very lame
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    They must be crazy. I wouldn't pay more than $50 for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mding4gold View Post
    The email they sent me states your device MUST HAVE ver 4.5 or better in order for this program to operate. Anyone know if there is a 4.5 ver for a Verizon 8830 on the horizon?
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    So Docs to go wont work on anything lower than OS 4.5? Thats a bummer
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    So looks like this didnt turn out to make BB users that happy afterall- and how long has the wait been for D2G/BlackBerry?
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    The Pearl 8130 does not come with Documents To Go, will this version work with the 8130?
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    AT&T has the Curve (8300) paralyzed without OS 4.5!
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    I would like to use this, but by nice new Sprint Curve 8330 doesn't have OS 4.5.
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    Don't take my word for it, but I'm pretty sure that OS 4.3, which is what the Curve has, is the same thing as OS 4.5. The upgrade version for older phones that is being called 4.5 was originally called 4.3. We're all using 4.2, so that at least makes some sense...

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    Yeah, $70 is an utter joke, when the only 'feature' is being able to create your own documents. ****, they don't even have the 2007-format stuff finished yet. Lame.

    (And no, you will have to be running OS 4.5 or 4.6 to upgrade, because you need the base version included with the OS. 4.5 will be out for the Curve "soon".)
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    What about opening pdf files?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dag99 View Post
    What about opening pdf files?
    You should already be able top open those with the native, built-in viewer.
    DOC and XLS too.
    I imagine DTG makes them all look much prettier though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StarmanDX View Post
    Yeah, $70 is an utter joke, when the only 'feature' is being able to create your own documents. ****, they don't even have the 2007-format stuff finished yet. Lame.
    I won't comment on the price because everyone is entitled to their own opinion on what an application like this is 'worth', however the list of premium features is available at the link below and I think you'll find there's more than 1 thing there:

    ttp://www.dataviz.com/products/documentstogo/blackberry/feature_matrix.html

    Also keep in mind that similar apps for BlackBerry smartphones have been selling in the $100 range or have a yearly renewal fee tied to them.

    As far as features that aren't 'finished' yet: if you buy now, you're going to get everything on that list. If it's not ready when you purchase, you'll get it in a free update when it's ready (and besides, if you're with a US carrier your device probably doesn't meet the system requirements yet anyway so that 'issue' could disappear pretty quickly).

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