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Does Android have anything to replace MS Word?

Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by peterson99, May 25, 2011.

  1. peterson99

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    OK, so I'm thinking about purchasing an Asus Eee Pad Transformer to replace my current laptop. My only concern is whether or not Android has any good word processor apps. I am currently a student, so a word processor with a great spell/grammer checker is a must.

    So my question is, are there any good apps anybody can recommend, or am i better off sticking with my laptop ( aka Microsoft Word) for the time being?

    Thanks!
     

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    I'd keep the laptop to be honest.

    When I was in college we had to email files and submit things in a certain format. IMO, it's probably easier with MSWord.
     
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    Documents To Go is basically the Android equivalent to the Microsoft office group of products. It would do everything you need.
     
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    You could use google documents
     
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    I would go with Google Docs.

    If you don't want the Cloud thing, there is QuickOffice and Docs to Go.
     

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