Essentially, it’s an iCloud for everything: Android, iOS, web, desktop apps, smart TV apps … you name it.
While Microsoft took its sweet time bringing Microsoft Office to mobile devices, CloudOn stepped in with its slick Office virtualization apps.
Sponsored Post In this video, chief executive Milind Gadekar talks about CloudOn’s technology and mission, and hints at the collaboration features coming to the platform this summer.
After successfully bringing Microsoft Office to the iPad, iPhone, and Android tablets, CloudOn is today announcing support for Android phones with version 4.0 of its app.
CloudOn beats Microsoft to the punch.
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The latest addition to our event lineup at CloudBeat 2012 is CloudOn, a provider of an app for editing and collaborating on Microsoft Office documents from tablets and smartphones.
The cold and foggy weather in San Francisco didn’t put a damper on funding news today; check out who raised impressive investments below. Also, a certain billionaire splurged on a slightly insane purchase (the photo above is a hint).
Mobile-workspace company CloudOn, formally known as AppToU, has raised $7.7 million in first-round funding, according to the SEC.