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More Access, Usability Define New Documents To Go® 4 for Android

DataViz, Inc., a leading provider of mobile document and productivity software, today announced the availability of Documents To Go® v4 for Android. The new release features optimizations for the latest Android devices, a new look for viewing, editing, and creating Microsoft® Office files, and the ability to connect to multiple cloud storage accounts*.

Choose the Cloud You Want

Rather than limiting users to one specific cloud storage option, Docs To Go v4 offers built-in access to multiple cloud storage options including Dropbox, Box, SkyDrive, and Google Drive.

“Our users are increasingly relying on access to their files via multiple cloud services on smartphones and tablets. The freedom to choose a cloud service(s) is now more important than ever,” says Bonnie Boyle, chief product officer, DataViz, Inc. “Documents To Go remains a leader in viewing and editing files on Android devices with more than 40 million free app downloads and upward of 1 million licenses sold. Our plans are to continue this momentum with regular enhancements to our first-class, mobile office application."

Editing Now Free for Existing Docs To Go ‘Viewer Edition’ Users:

New and existing users will gain editing capabilities at no charge. Advanced features such as file access via cloud accounts, desktop sync, and password protected file access are available via in-app purchase. Existing Docs To Go paid, ‘Full Version’ users can access all advanced features as a free update.

Documents To Go v4 Highlights*:

App redesign – Modernized user interface includes a refined file explorer and easy access to extensive editing & formatting options.

Cloud file access – View, edit, save, and sync with multiple cloud services: Dropbox, Box, SkyDrive/OneDrive, and Google Drive.

PDF file support High fidelity viewing of Adobe PDF® files is included.

Multiple file save and synchronization options – Save and sync directly to your Android device, Windows computer via USB, and to various cloud services.

Android Kit Kat (v4.4) compatible – Fully functional with additional optimizations coming in future updates.

*Select features only available via in-app purchase in Docs To Go, such as file access via cloud services, desktop sync (Windows only), and password protected file support.

Pricing & Availability

Android – Documents To Go is compatible with Android OS 2.3 or higher and can be downloaded on the Google Play Store for free with additional features available via in-app purchase: Cloud services support ($4.99); Desktop sync ($4.99); Password protected file support ($4.99); All features in one Premium Pack purchase ($9.99).

For more information on the new Documents To Go v4, visit and/or the Google Play Store and be sure to follow DataViz on Facebook at for the latest news, tips and product releases. Documents To Go is also available for iOS on the App Store.

About DataViz

Founded in 1984, DataViz, Inc. is an industry leader in developing productivity solutions for iOS, Android, BlackBerry, Windows®, and Mac platforms. DataViz partners include Microsoft®, Motorola®, BlackBerry, Samsung, Sharp®, and other industry leaders.

All product and company names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders. ©2014 DataViz, Inc.


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