As you may know, LibreOffice 5.0 has been recently released, being the most advanced open-source office suite.
It includes a lot of new features and a lot of FOSS fans have already installed it.
But this release is also important for Ubuntu Touch. As a reminder, the LibreOffice Viewer core app is already available for Canonical’s mobile system, but if the developers manage to port the entire suite to Ubuntu Touch that would represent a bonus.
The Ubuntu developers have already made LibreOffice to run under Mir, Ubuntu Touch’s display service, so some steps in this direction have been already made.
Also, the Document Foundation developers have announced that LibreOffice 5.0 will become available on Android and most likely on Ubuntu Touch, but nothing has been confirmed yet.