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Came frm WM. I write a lot, how do I do this on Android?

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by Ccg1003, Nov 26, 2009.

  1. Ccg1003

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    I recently switched from a HTC touch pro to a Samsung Moment. With my touch pro I write a lot of notepad documents and microsoft word documents. And would view them by organizing them in folders in a file manager.

    How do I do that on android? With windows mobile the notepad docs and MW documents I could export to my computer and view/edit on my laptop. I want to be able to write documents and organize them into folders. Than be able to email it, and edit/view them on my laptop.

    Any recommendations?

    And hello to everyone on this forum. First post =)
     

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  2. lekky

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    There is a popular file manager called Astro, you can create folders, move documents about and things like that with it. Can also email documents by long pressing on them and clicking send.

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    another option might be to try gdocs and use the power of google docs on the web.gdocs just makes notes that are stored on google docs. -free
    Docs to Go is powerfull but i think you would have to drag or email the word, excel ppt docs to your computer. I paid for this and ahve had it before.
    I saw some other apps to work with notes and work. search androlib.com
     
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    I use NoteEverything (Free app) which allows you to create folders for your notes within the program. It allows voice note sas well, and can be exported/imported to/from the SD card for backup. With the paid version there are apparently more features like adding photos to notes.

    Note Everything v2.7.0 Application for Android | Productivity
     
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    Sounds like Note Everything is what you need.
     

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