LibreOffice actually has a good bibliography feature built in. I'm not sure how it compares to Word's since I've never really used either. However, the first thing you need to do is update your LibreOffice installation. The latest version is 220.127.116.11; you're a long way behind!
The first thing to do is to make sure that the bibliography database is ...
A form in LibreOffice Base can ensure data consistency. However, doing everything you described in Base requires careful design and likely some macro programming.
As stated in the comments, Calc can do most or all of these things. Consider the following.
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Kexi is an obvious answer indeed; It has some nice features comparable to MS-Access (but also lacks a lot). You can easily connect to a (mysql) database and start creating an app. Maybe it suits your needs. If you mean working with files/images with 'an attachment option', Kexi does support that.
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There are a few solutions that try to offer the full LibreOffice experience on Android / iOS, but those are usually very big and a bit clunky to use.
As a lightweight solution on both iOS and Android I'd recommend to check out our app: https://opendocument.app/ - let me know if you have any questions.
Zotero sounds perfect for you.
It is free and open source and, while it takes a little bit of getting used to, it has a LibreOffice plugin, so you can enter citations at the press of a button. It also has excellent import facilities from your browser, so you can save all your references with PDFs in one place and it renders a huge number of citation styles....
Open your PPT/PPTX file in LibreOffice Impress.
Export it to HTML.
Optionally, import the HTML into LibreOffice Writer.
You can also perform the conversions from command-line using headless LibreOffice, the command line should be something like this:
soffice --headless --convert-to html input.ppt
Gratis, open source.
I am unaware of any .odf OpenFormula to LaTeX standalone translator or LibreOffice extension.
An option would be the TexMaths extension to create the original document mathematical formulas in LaTeX. Thus, such a LaTeX expression would be available for other uses without the need for some translation.
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