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The great Mobile Star Award! winner Office suit Quickoffice Connect for iPhone By Quickoffice, Inc. is FREE for a limited time only. Download Today!

Try out and experience our award-winning Quickoffice Connect™ Mobile Suite with full editing of Microsoft Word documents and Excel spreadsheets. You may upgrade within the application to save any edits.

Quickoffice Connect™ service allow users to easily access, view and share files from multiple cloud storage services, including MobileMe, Dropbox, Google Docs, and From a single, convenient application, you can access content from anywhere, manage content on-device, transfer files via WiFi, and share files via email or your cloud service provider.

With Quickoffice Connect, you’ll have easy access to your content across multiple devices, from office workstations and home computers to laptops, iPhones or the iPod touch.

Our intuitive interface is so easy to use, you can access remote content from anywhere and share files via email or save them to your remote cloud storage accounts.

With Quickoffice Connect™ you can:
• Email, View & Access Attachments with Popular File Formats (DOC, DOCX, XLS, XLSX, PPT, PPTX, PDF, iWork, HTML, PNG, JPG, GIF, SVG, TIF, MP3, etc.)
• Remotely Access Files via Cloud Storage Services
• Share Files via Email or Cloud Service Providers
• Manage and Transfer Files via WiFi

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Key Product Features

WiFi File Transfer:
• Mount your device as a drive via WiFi for easy file transfer between your iPhone or iPod touch and your computer
• Drag & drop files via WiFi between your desktop and your iPhone or iPod touch device
• Transfer files between iPhone or iPod touch and Macintosh or PC using a web browser
• Password protected file transfer for added security
• Easily connect to your iPhone or iPod touch using Bonjour
• File transfer does not require any additional desktop software installation

Remote File Access:
• Easily browse remote files and folders while on the go
• Download files from your cloud storage provider to your iPhone or iPod touch for offline use
• Upload files from your iPhone or iPod touch to your remote storage account
• Create new folders or delete or rename files & folders

Email Files:
• Access iPhone email attachments from any email service – no need to have MS Exchange.
• Email files regardless of file type (audio, video, zip files,etc.)
• Email multiple remote or local files
• Email remote files without having to download them
• Email any file on your iDisk folder directly from the application
• Email address fields are integrated with iPhone contacts, making it easier to enter “To/CC/BCC” information
• Email is sent securely

File Viewer:
• Slide show viewing of remote and local images
• Smooth scrolling and two-finger zooming throughout app
• Advanced image viewer for viewing high-resolution images
• Supports most file formats (see below for complete list)
• View files in landscape
• Automatic-bookmarking of your last-viewed position in documents

Extensive File Format Support:
Quickoffice Connect will list any file type without restriction.

• Separate charges may apply from Service Providers for file storage and related services.
• Does not support iWork ’09.

Privacy and Security is our Top Priority
• Password protection of the entire application keeps your content safe.
• Secure personal data – your remote service provider credentials and information are NEVER transmitted outside of your mobile cloud service account.

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What’s New in Version 3.3.0

– Full multitasking support
– Ability to open files from external applications
– Optimized for Retina display
– General stability improvements

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You can restrict your users from using certain iTunes features. This is sometimes referred to as parental controls. The Automatic and user-initiated checking for new versions of iTunes and device software updates features can be restricted by specify parental control preferences that will be inherited by new user accounts, these can be created under the following keys:

On Windows XP and 32-bit Windows Vista:

  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Apple Computer, Inc.\iTunes\Parental Controls\Default\

On 64-bit Windows Vista:

  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Wow6432Node\Apple Computer, Inc.\iTunes\Parental Controls\Default\

In general, you will want to make sure that the kParentalFlags_Locked is set in AdminFlags to prevent the parental controls from being modified by a limited user.

Note that there is no user interface support in iTunes for setting the following flags, and these flags are only respected in AdminFlags when kParentalFlags_Locked is set. These flags are always ignored in UserFlags, they must be set in AdminFlags. If AdminFlags is not locked, iTunes will ignore them in favor of UserFlags.

UserFlags/AdminFlags Name Hexidecimal Value
(only when manually editing the client registry value)
Decimal Value
(only when deploying registry value via Group Policy)
kParentalFlags_DisableCheckForUpdates 0x00000100 256

This is for advance user user only and don’t forget to backup your registry before start

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If you turn off automated and user-initiated software update checking in iTunes, you’ll need to distribute software updates to users for manual installation.

To update iTunes, download the latest iTunes from .

To update iPhone OS, follow these steps:
1 On a computer that doesn’t have iTunes software updating turned off, use iTunes to download the software update. To do so, select an attached device in iTunes, click the
Summary tab, and then click the “Check for Update” button.
2 After downloading, copy the updater file (.ipsw) found in the following location:
On Mac OS X: ~/Library/iTunes/iPhone Software Updates/
On Windows XP: bootdrive:\Documents and Settings\user\Application Data\Apple Computer\iTunes\iPhone Software Updates\
3 Distribute the .ipsw file to your users, or place it on the network where they can access it.
4 Tell your users to back up their device with iTunes before applying the update. During manual updates, iTunes doesn’t automatically back up the device before installation.
To create a new backup, right-click (Windows) or Control-click (Mac) the device in the iTunes sidebar. Then choose Back Up from the contextual menu that appears.
5 Your users install the update by connecting their device to iTunes, then selecting the Summary tab for their device. Next, they hold down the Option (Mac) or Shift
(Windows) key and click the “Check for Update” button.
6 A file selector dialog appears. Users should select the .ipsw file and then click Open to
begin the update process.