Here’s a quick status update on LibreOffice for Android and iOS (iPhone/iPad).
LibreOffice is an application for desktop platforms, including Linux, macOS and Windows. The Document Foundation, the non-profit entity behind LibreOffice, is currently focused on delivering the best experience on the desktop. (There is also LibreOffice Online, a cloud-based version of the suite, for use in web browsers.)
While The Document Foundation doesn’t currently offer an Android or iOS version of LibreOffice, there is a LibreOffice-based product in app stores from Collabora, one of our certified developers and ecosystem members:
(More apps will be added to this list as they are developed and released.)
For more technically-oriented users: our developer community has been working on a mobile app, LibreOffice Viewer for Android, which also includes experimental editing support. This is not yet ready for widespread usage, but work is ongoing. (Binary builds are also available on F-Droid, but may not represent the latest state of the code.) If you’re familiar with Android app development, we’d appreciate your contributions!