SSuite Fandango Desktop is a simple browser-based word processor.

The package arrives as three HTML files, so works on any platform that can run Opera, Chrome or Firefox. HTML5 and JavaScript then does the hard work.

Features are unsurprisingly limited, but the package still does more than you might think. You're able to insert images, tables, links, drag and drop content from other web pages, undo actions, save or print your documents as required.

This worked for us, but there are odd problems here and there. As we write, the "Known Issues" list includes:

•In FireFox, after saving a document, you need to start a new document and reload the saved document to be able to continue working properly again.
•In Google Chrome and Opera, when using page view, simply click on the right/left-hand arrow to enter page view, if not focused correctly.
•In Google Chrome and Opera, the font colour and background/highlight colour buttons don't work, but the drop-down selections on the top of the page do. In FireFox colour selection works on both options.

Verdict

Does anyone really need SSuite Fandango Desktop? We're not sure. If you want an editor you can access on any platform, why not just use something like Google Docs, which is far more powerful? And if you need something which works offline, then there's plenty of freeware available.

SSuite Fandango Desktop's one advantage is you can use it offline, and on multiple platforms. If that's something you find interesting, it might be worth five minutes of your time.