We are living in a world which moves faster than we can keep up. However, smartphones are here to conquer that and keep us connected on the road. This article contains 4 Android office applications that help keep your work up-to-date even if you don’t have Mac at your disposal. Kingsoft, Microsoft Office, WPS, Evernote and many more have become more popular. However, there are few apps that stand out more than others. Below are top picks of office apps.
  1. Zoho
Zoho Docs is an amazing office app for freelancers. However, the mobile application for Android is a fantastic way of turning your online experience completely mobile. Zoho can open and work with different formats. The app enables you to use any doc you have in cloud storage without worrying about compatibility. The app has a very simple interface. It provides easy editing tools. You need to create an account to save and share docs.
  1. Quip
This app has its own ecosystem. You get a unique mobile experience. Quips embrace the world and try to win it. The app is very versatile in viewing experience. It is simple to use and it feels quite smooth on Android handsets. It is awesome for project work, so it would be best when being used by a team. It works as a spreadsheet and text editor. Moreover, it lacks presentations which are replaced with to do list features and note taking.
  1. Microsoft Office
This is an awesome office application with all the basics you may need. Presentation, text editor and spreadsheet are part of the package and you’ll benefit from Microsoft Office 365 integration. However, the latter service requires a subscription. The app works well on its own but it works best when integrated with Microsoft Office 365.
  1. Office Suite 8
This is a very comprehensive office app that has evolved over time. With the app you will get the text editor, spreadsheet, word processor, PDF viewer and much more. The app works with a variety of services offering cloud storage so that you can save your documents easily with transferring your files to MicroSD cards.

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