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Top Tech Stories of the Week: rollApp, Opensource, Mozilla Firefox, Box

There is a lot of news in the world, but we cover the most interesting computing stuff of this week. 2 out of 5 points are devoted to rollApp. Yeah, we do have something to please you with.

The hit of the week - rollApp launched Kindle Fire and other Android devices support for entire apps collection. This week release was not `accident, we wanted to make happy all LibreOffice fans and enthusiasts, who have gathered at LibreOffice conference in Bern. So we delivered LibreOffice productivity suite to Kindle and Android to provide you with complete user experience on your mobile device (including smartphones). Learn more on what you can expect from recent release in our previous post.

Earlier this week we have launched Spanish UI support for all apps (with tutorials and hints). Hope our Spanish-speaking users will appreciate it. Our team is working on adding new languages. Which ones are you interested in?

As rollApp is a fan of opensource solutions we want to share with you 5 tips on migrating to opensource software, in case you are still hesitating. Jack Wallen from Techrepublic tells you more on the topic.

Summing up opensource theme, we are moving to new Mozilla Firefox 32, which stable release is now available for free download. This time Mozilla made emphasis on security, well quite sensible decision. What other new features are available in new browser version check in IBT article.

To work with rollApp you need not only a browser, but also cloud storage (if you wish to save and share your files). One of supported cloud storage is Box, which in fact has already went more further than just a cloud storage solution. This week Box CEO Aaron Levie has made an announcement of Box Workflow - “a technology that powers business processes on top of the Box platform”. BoxWorks team blusters to satisfy enterprise customers with enhanced feature suite, which is called to bring “unprecedented value, while still delivering a simple, intuitive experience” according to Box’s blog.

That’s how tech week looks like from our angle. Sound off in the comments section below about yours!

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