WebODF: OpenDocument File Viewer for Android

Jun 01, 2011

The WebODF project releases OpenDocument file viewer for Android.

WebODF is a JavaScript library that simplifies adding website support for the Open Document format. The viewer is under AGPL and is now available free in the Android Market.

Visit https://demo.webodf.org/demo/ for a website demo.

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