By David Gonzales April 30, 2013 38 40 95 6 Are you the kind of person who can stand to do work on the go? Perhaps your line of work actually requires you to put in some hours or perform a work-related task of some kind even though you’re not inside the office. Well, you are not alone. There are many others out there like you, and there’s one thing that you have in common with many of them: the need for a mobile office suite. There’s no shortage of good mobile office suites on Android. The problem is, a lot of them cost money. Is there a chance that we’ll get to see a truly great mobile office suite for Android that is free?Advertisement The answer is yes. The team behind LibreOffice for the desktop is still actively working on a version that’s compatible with the Android operating system. Called LibreOffice for Android, it’s already in the pre-alpha development stage and should be ready in just a few short months. LibreOffice for Android is actually available for download already through the official LibreOffice nightly builds web site. But the thing is, it is still in pre-alpha form as mentioned earlier. And although it is in one piece, it still hasn’t been put together quite right yet. There are plenty of bugs, as is normal, which are to be ironed out in later stages of the app’s development. If you’re curious to know what exactly LibreOffice for Android can do in its current state, then by all means, check out the source link below and download the necessary APK files to get started with using it. 38 40 95 previous postCloud storage, Verizon? Really?next postIs Twitter testing a Google Glass app?