Did you know there’s a world outside of Microsoft Office that doesn’t include LibreOffice or OpenOffice? WPS Office 2016 is an office suite, whose mobile version has over 50 million downloads with over 1 million Play Store reviews. Kingsoft, developer of WPS brought that same technology to both the Windows and Linux desktops.
With a focus on complete compatibility with Microsoft Office, Kingsoft released their newest version of their office suite, WPS Office 2016 last month. WPS is the acronym for the three apps that make up the suite W (Writer) P (Presentation) and S (Spreadsheets).
Can the folks at Kingsoft bring their mobile app success on the PC? I’m downloading the Windows version now and will use it over the next week to find out. I’m curious how it compares to LibreOffice 5.2 and Microsoft Office 2016.
Are you a Kingsoft Office user? Share your experiences in the comments. If you’re a new user, like me, I want to hear about your experience as well.