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4 Best Free Android Apps for Editing Documents

23 Nov 2012 by

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Creating and editing documents on your Android smartphone usually requires an extra app to be installed on your device. Many programs designed for creating and modifying documents on your phone will charge a subscription fee or one-off charge for using their service or downloading their application. However, there are several apps available that perform the same functions free of charge. Here are 4 free Android apps for creating and editing documents.

 

1. Kingsoft Office

Kingsoft Office is an impressive office application that allows you to create, view, edit and save documents on your Android phone. All documents are compatible with Microsoft Office products and, unlike many free office applications, Kingsoft Office allows free and unlimited access to all features.

It also has a friendly user interface and includes advanced editing options that many Android office applications lack. Kingsoft Office allows you to create and edit word processing documents, spreadsheets, presentations and more.

 

2. Google Drive

Google Drive allows you to create, view, edit and store your documents online. With Google Drive, you can access and edit your documents from any computer, tablet or smartphone. The Google Drive app provides support for viewing and editing most document types, including word processing documents, spreadsheets and presentations.

Documents can be downloaded to your computer or phone in various formats, including those compatible with Microsoft Office products. Google Drive also allows you to store most file types, including images, videos and audio files, providing you don’t exceed your storage limits. You can then access your files from any location and sync your account with multiple devices, including your laptop, tablet and smartphone.

 

3. Evernote

While Evernote is not technically an office application, it provides excellent tools for creating, editing and organizing information. Evernote is a free application that allows you to create, edit and save text documents, clip information and links from the Internet and organize information into separate groups. It also allows you to create lists, store images, make voice notes and share your files with other people.

You can access your Evernote account from any location and sync your files with multiple devices. Evernote files can then be downloaded and converted into the format you need.

 

4. Documents To Go

Documents To Go is a popular application for viewing and editing Microsoft Office documents. The free version allows you to view most file types and edit existing Microsoft Office documents. As Documents To Go has been around for quite some time, there are very few software bugs, compared to some newer applications, which gives added stability to the app.

However, some editing features are not available unless you upgrade to the paid version. If you only need basic editing features, Documents To Go may be enough for your needs.


Heather Johnson

Heather Johnson is an author, designer for print and web who is inspired by beautiful book covers, well-designed fonts and interior design. Also a lover of chocolate chip cookies and indie music.


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