Version: 4.1.1 || Release Date: 2014-08-21 || License: Freeware App Owner: kc0ydz is a multiplatform and multilingual office suite and an open-source project. Compatible with all other major office suites, the product is free to download, use, and distribute.

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Farewell OpenOffice, long live LibreOffice Many OpenOffice developers left & started LibreOffice. See Wikipedia LibreOffice & Wikipedia OpenOffice

sorry downloaded version ist 3.1.1 instead 3.2.1

I use OOo for rather heavy data piloting (pivot tables for you Excel diehards). With version 3, OOo became faster than Excel and Neo, with 3.1 more stable, too. And file sizes are a fraction of what Excel produces.
Hopefully the OOo folks will now turn their attention to usability. More Numbers, less Excel, please.

Title of this app says 2.4, but version says 3.0.1
Merge this with

Finally! I've been limping along on NeoOffice, which is fine but because it's Java-based, HORRIBLY slow. And that's on a Mac Pro 2.66 Quad Xeon. I can only imagine what it must be like for people on two or three generations-ago iMacs. Now, after a long wait, we have an OS X-native version of OpenOffice. Hallelujah! I can stop toying with the idea of paying for Microsoft's bloatware anymore.

This one has been great for me all the way back to my windows based machines..seems to be blazing fast and has never - and i mean literally never - crashed one me!!!

Version 3.0 is not in beta stage anymore. (The description of this app must be updated.)
This is the offical release of OpenOffice without X11 dependencies.
It's not very different from NeoOffice, but seems faster to me in an Intel-based iMac (Dual Core, 2 GHz), running Mac OS X Leopard (10.5.5).

Absolutely love it. It does what I want just as it has since the days of Starwriter. I've been using NeoOffice for quite a while in between but when you work with graphics and drawings, this is definitely the better choice. Using it full time at home and in the office now.

I've used it since Windows. And now on Mac OS X I think it is the best free office suite.

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