My Docs Online FAQ » Android
You can log in to My Docs Online from your Android browser and view files types supported by Android. These include: Images (.jpg, .tiff, .gif) Text files (.txt) Web pages (.htm, .html) pdf (.pdf) Your specific Android device may be able to open more file formats natively, depending on your hardware and OS version.
The popular JOTOMI smartphone dictation app Dictate+Connect (formerly known as Dictamus on iOS devices) is now available for Android devices (Android 4.0.3 or later). You can find it at the Google App Store. There is also a free version (limited to test-length dictation) if you want to try before buying. My Docs Online is included […]
You can access your My Docs Online account on Android devices (phones and tablets), for opening and viewing files in locally-installed apps such as Documents To Go or various PDF viewers, by using a WebDAV app. Here is how to configure WebDAV File Manager: Configuration steps for Add Server: Name: My Docs Online Server URL: […]
Setting up a Web Folder (or webfolder) in Windows varies by Windows Version. These articles describe the steps involved for each version of Widows. The Mac OS X WebDAV instructions are the same for all versions of OS X. iPad and Android instructions are for preferred WebDAV apps. Windows 10 Windows 8 Windows 7 Windows […]