I'm looking for the most efficient (simple) way to create and edit a common text file, such as a note pad type app. I'm using an UN-activated LG Viper using Android 4.0.4. I have NO 4G internet and no voice, but I have Wi-Fi at home. I want the app to automatically synchronize with my cloud drive (like Google Drive or Microsoft Skydrive). The reason I say this is because of the amount of water and chemicals I work around, and the fact that I take a LOT of notes on my phone throughout the day. If I were to drop my phone in a 5g can of acetone (which isn't likely at all, but certainly possible) then it's toast. Or if I drop it in the river (which has happened recently!!). Any suggestions? I have Google Drive ap on my phone, and it does EXACTLY what I'm talking about, but unless I'm connected to Wi-Fi, it won't open and edit a document. That is useless to me. I have no Wi-Fi at work or out on the river if I'm fishing or something (yes, I do take notes occasionally when fishing!). Any tips?