The Third Device

A blog about the iPad.

Documents to Go® Premium Now iPad Compatible – 20% off!

Another good deal that you might want to take advantage of while it lasts. Download it now!

20% OFF SALE EXTENDED! Buy now, ends 6/4/10

** Now a Universal app for iPad, iPhone & iPod touch and still the 1st & only Office suite to support viewing & editing of Word, Excel & PowerPoint files **

– Editor’s Choice Award,
– CNN: One of the best apps of 2009. Video at
– Apple’s Best Selling Apps of 2009
– 2009 “Productivity App of the Year”,
– 2009 “Best App Ever Awards” Nominee,

“DocsToGo” Premium lets you:
• EDIT, CREATE & VIEW Word, Excel & PowerPoint files (including Office 2007/2008/2010)
• View PDF, iWork & other files
• Send & receive attachments in MS Exchange and Gmail – no need to forward your email to an untrusted mail server
• Access, use & sync files stored in Google Docs, Dropbox,, iDisk & SugarSync
• Includes desktop app (Win & Mac) with 2-way file sync (Wi-Fi required)

• Supports the iPad’s high resolution screen for displaying documents
• Open & edit files directly in DocsToGo from any third party app that supports the “Open In…” file sharing feature. (E.g. the built-in iPad email app can now open supported attachments in Docs To Go)
• Supports iTunes File Sharing via USB cable for moving files between your iPad & computer

DocsToGo, now in its 11th year, is developed by DataViz, Inc., a producer of quality software for Macs & PCs for over 25 years. DocsToGo is currently pre-loaded on millions of devices around the world, including BlackBerry, Palm & others.

• View, edit & create Word (.doc, .docx) files
• InTact Technology retains original document formatting of edited files
• High fidelity viewing: embedded graphics, tables, comments, footnotes/endnotes, text boxes
• Open password-protected Word 97-2004 files
• Extensive character formatting & paragraph alignment
• Auto bullets/numbers
• Multiple Undo/Redo
• Find & Replace
• Word Count
• Table of contents & hyperlink support

• View, edit & create Excel (.xls, .xlsx) spreadsheets
• InTact Technology retains original document formatting of edited files
• Freeze rows or columns
• 111 functions
• Open password protected Excel 97-2004 files
• Extensive cell & number formatting
• Insert/delete/resize/hide/unhide rows & columns
• Rename/insert/delete sheets
• Multiple worksheets
• Multiple Undo/Redo
• Find/Find Next

• View, edit & create PowerPoint (.ppt, .pptx) files
• InTact Technology retains original document formatting of edited files
• View/edit Outline & speaker notes
• Multiple Undo/Redo
• Insert/delete/duplicate/sort slides
• Go to slide
• Promote/demote bullets
• Find & Replace

• Thumbnail, Fit To Screen, Fit To Width, Actual Size & full screen views
• Go to page
• Rotate page
• Remembers last page opened
• Open password-protected PDFs

• MS Exchange e-mail and Gmail with supported attachments are downloaded into DocsToGo
• Attachments can be viewed/edited
• Supports multiple Exchange and Gmail accounts

• Download, use & sync files from Google Docs, Dropbox,, iDisk & SugarSync directly in DocsToGo
• Upload files from your iPad/iPhone to your cloud or online storage account

Users can download a desktop app for 2-way file sync using a Wi-Fi connection.
• Sync & transfer files in one easy-to-use desktop app
• Sync entire folders or select individual files

• iPhone OS 3.0 or above
• Win XP, Vista, 7 & Bonjour
• Mac OS X 10.4.10 or above (G3 Macs not supported)
• Desktop sync requires device to be connected via Wi-Fi to same network as computer
• Exchange Server 2003, 2007

More info at

Click me to download DTG Premium!


June 2, 2010 - Posted by | Uncategorized


  1. Have you tried it? Can you sort columns? 😀

    Comment by rom | June 2, 2010 | Reply

  2. I’m trying it out now. Got it to sync with my Google Docs, having some minor usability bugs – colored cells, and oh yes, lack of sorting.

    Still I think this is looking like a better option than Pages or Numbers if you need to collaborate with non Mac users.

    Comment by Vic | June 2, 2010 | Reply

  3. is it compatible with ipad VGA adapter?

    Comment by lailan | June 15, 2010 | Reply

    • I don’t have the VGA adapter so i haven’t tried … And unfortunately i don’t see any indication that it is compatible. Anyone else with both the adapter and DTG willing to try?

      Comment by Vic | June 15, 2010 | Reply

      • Yes I’ve tried the VGA adaptor to data projector and it doesn’t work….unfortunately!

        Comment by John | July 23, 2010

  4. Without VGA out, having powerpoint in Docs to go is pointless!

    That’s what powerpoint is for!

    Comment by Jeffrey | August 21, 2010 | Reply

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