Collabora Office: LibreOffice, OpenOffice & more MODDED 2022

LibreOffice based editor for Microsoft Office, LibreOffice and OpenOffice docs.
3.9/5 Votos: 7,562
5.0 and up
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Collabora Office is a text editor, spreadsheet and presentation program based on LibreOffice, the world’s most popular Open Source office suite – and now it’s on Android, enhancing your possibilities to work on mobile and for collaboration.

This app is in active development, feedback and bug reports are very welcome.

Supported files:

• Open Document Format (.odt, .odp, .ods, .ots, .ott, .otp)
• Microsoft Office 2007/2010/2013/2016/2019 (.docx, .pptx, .xlsx, .dotx, .xltx, .ppsx)
• Microsoft Office 97/2000/XP/2003 (.doc, .ppt, .xls, .dot, .xlt, .pps)

Report issues:

Use the bugtracker and attach any files that caused problems via Please note that anything you enter in the bugtracker will be public.

About the app:

Collabora Office for Android uses the same engine as LibreOffice for Windows, Mac, and Linux. This, combined with a new front-end based on Collabora Online, reads and saves documents similarly to LibreOffice desktop.

Collabora Engineers Tor Lillqvist, Tomaž Vajngerl, Michael Meeks, Miklos Vajna and Jan Holešovský have been developing Android support since 2012, with the help of Google Summer of Code students Andrzej Hunt, Iain Billet and Kaishu Sahu.


Open Source – Mozilla Public License v2 and other


This app is made by Collabora Productivity with the help of other companies & volunteers based on LibreOffice Technology. Please find a detailed list of contributors in the credits at


• Contextual Toolbars
• Improved PPTX Import
• Blurry Shadows
• Soft Edges for Objects
• Many more improvements and bug fixes


4 comentarios en "Collabora Office: LibreOffice, OpenOffice & more MODDED 2022"

  1. Alanna Tiamat dice:

    I like the app quite a bit. I have only had one main issue: the app keeps stopping and forcing me to close it. I can reopen the app and work for a bit but then it will stop functioning again and I need to close it. While the open/close cycle is annoying it’s not a deal breaker for me. I find it’s a good alternative to Google Docs and Microsoft Word, especially if you pair it with LibreOffice on your computer. If the issue gets resolved later, I’ll happily change my rating to five stars.

  2. Spencer C. dice:

    Let me start this review by saying I LOVE libreoffice and grateful this app is available on Android and I thank the developers for their hard work. Now I have to complain, it’s buggy. The biggest bug I encounter is the keyboard begins flickering when editing a page, and having to mash the back button until it goes away. The two others are the app crashing and hanging up my entire phone. And sometimes the text will randomly turn white while typing. If these were fixed it’d be close to perfect!

  3. William Johnson dice:

    Seems flaky. The keyboard jumps around every time I touch the document. Have to hit the pen icon every time I want to make changes. When you attempt to highlight, keyboard gets jumpy and dragging the ends doesn’t happen as you are dragging. When you stop the section highlights. Lots fonts starting with Noto…. but no Times New Roman or sans-serif. Not for me, de-installing it.

  4. Michael Kosovic dice:

    The spreadsheet app is very clunky if you have a keyboard attached to the device. Tabbing and using the arrow keys to move cells is unintuitive as it takes 3-4 presses of the key to move between interface elements before it will actually move to the next cell in whatever direction you want the cursor to move. Pressing enter or F2 does not put a cell into edit mode. Looking for a more native OpenOffice experience for my Tablet which does not appear to exist.

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