Five Smartphone Apps for Creating and Editing Documents
looking to review a few important papers, take a final look at a
lecture or add edits to a document before sending it to one of your
business partners, document editing on the go is an essential part
of an entrepreneur's life. Below are five applications that can
help with this:
1. iWork Applications Package:
iWork is an application package for iPhone and iPad that includes Apple's signature platforms, Pages, Keynote and Numbers, which respectively work with documents, presentations and spreadsheets.
These applications provide the perfect solution for Apple users, since it works with documents that have been created by similar applications to OS Mac system. This is something crucial as most Arab users tend to own more than one Apple device.
iWork applications also support documents that have been created using Microsoft Office, and offer an attractive user interface and a number of templates.
Each application is sold independently for US $10 on the App
store, and these applications work with iCloud, which allows users
to save a copy of their documents on remote servers for access on
Google acquired Quickoffice on in June 2012, in a move that granted it its own office application pack, which it has pushed for Android.
Quickoffice, in addition to various editing features, enjoys a high level of compatibility with a large number of cloud computing services, making it easy for users to access files from Dropbox, Google Docs, Box.net, SugarSync and others.
On Quickoffice, you can edit more than one document at the time, and can also edit PDF documents. The pack is sold on Android and iOS for US $15.
Documents to Go also supports documents from various sources, it also allows you to edit PDFs, but it has a special technique that enables you to save the order of documents that were edited on your smartphone. The application
This app also offers password-protected documents, and along with the mobile app comes a free copy of the laptop version, which enables users to sync documents wirelessly between the two.
Documents to Go works with a variety of cloud computing services and is sold for both smartphones and tablets for US $17.
4. Google Drive
Those who use Google Drive, Google's the cloud computing service, can benefit from the mobile app version, which enables them to edit and share written documents and charts. The app, which is completely free on iOS and Android, always saves a backup copy of edited files in a 5GB storage cloud space.
allows you to edit several types of documents in an advanced
editing environment that offers sevreal templates, illustrations
This set of applications was developed to provide the maximum speed possible for editing documents, regardless of file size.
It also lets users search and replace words quickly and efficiently, and allows entrepreneurs to design lectures and present them directly from their phones, with a wide selection of visual effects and clarification methods.
This app is currently available on Android and iOS for a discounted price of US $13.