More troubles are around for NSA-friendly Microsoft. LibreOffice, one of the fieriest competitors of Microsoft Office is now available on Google Chromebooks (or anything that runs the Chrome browser) and Apple’s iPad.
The app is available via cloud so just like Google Docs or Microsoft Office 365 users don’t have to install any app and it runs directly from the browser.
Italo Vignoli, The Document Foundation, said, “rollApp iPad and Chromebook users don’t download or install the software, as they access LibreOffice inside the browser. rollApp streams an on-demand copy of the office application from its cloud architecture down to the iPad and Chromebooks and allows to work with files (open, save, and edit documents) directly in the cloud storage: Dropbox, Google Drive and Box.
How can I run LibreOffice on Chromebooks or Chrome browser?
Just vsit the rollApp page and launch the app online.