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UPDATED: LibreOffice Cloud version roadmap in April

LibreOffice will not be in the cloud next month, according to The Document Foundation a roadmap for cloud LibreOffice will be published. The LibreOffice Android and iOS ports are slowly on their way

UPDATE: We’ve been informed by Italo Vignoli that the plans are actually for a roadmap to be announced in April for LibreOffice cloud, however this is not for certain. Italo also mentioned that the Android port is not as far along as we reported. We apologise for posting this incorrect information, and the original article is still posted below.

The Document Foundation has announced that LibreOffice’s cloud version will be coming in April, as the team finally finished with the 3.4 series of the office suite. This will join Google Docs and Microsoft Office 365 as a cloud-based office suite.

Italo Vignoli speaking to The Register also confirmed that an Android port of LibreOffice was “about 80 per cent complete” complete, with an iOS port to follow the Android release.

LibreOffice 3.5 was finally released last month, with a bug fix release coming shortly after. You can get it from the LibreOffice download page.