TOPIC: Seven Office Suites for Android Devices
Seven Office Suites for Android Devices 05 Mar 2012 19:56 #1
You can take your work with you, thanks to several office suites which let you view and edit your documents on an Android device. Most were originally designed for use on a smartphone, but here are seven that are compatible with most Android tablets that run Android 2.3 (codenamed "Gingerbread").
We're listing these apps in reverse order, from the least to the most useful.
7. Google Docs (Free)
Android Market Page
Main features: View and edit text, spreadsheets, slideshows and PDFs stored on your Google Docs account. You can also create text and spreadsheets from scratch, but not slideshow presentations.
Notable extras: You can view images that you've uploaded to your Google Docs account.
Cut-and-paste UI: Double-tap on text and two indicators appear, which you drag to highlight passages of text. Then touch and hold on the highlighted passage for a second, and a menu pops open listing editing choices.
Conclusion: You cannot upload office documents to your Google Docs account through this app, although you can upload images. Apparently, it's meant to mainly serve as a companion tool to the Google Docs site -- i.e. you upload your documents to the site first, and then use this app to view them, do simple file management, and very basic editing.
6. Documents To Go ($14.99)
Read more at PCWorld
Last Edit: 05 Mar 2012 19:59 by karenme.
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