I’m sure in the past you wished your portable device could perform the usual chores, such as type up papers, and manage presentations, with your PC?
From the time when Microsoft first released a portable version of Office, companies like Google have released dedicated Docs, Slides and Sheets, editing files for Android and iOS users to compete.
Below are the top five office suites currently on offer for Android and iOS users:
1. WPS Office
WPS is the best free office app you will find on both iOS and Android. All the features that you need are on offer for free. It can open almost any file format including DOC, XLS, PPT, TXT, PDF and more.
What’s even more exciting with this app is that you can share your files through email, access and edit your files that are currently stored on your cloud accounts like Dropbox, Google Drive, One Drive and more.
With the auto-save function you will not lose any of your unsaved work in the event of your device rebooting itself all of a sudden. The app supports up to 44 different languages.
2. Polaris Office
Looking for a solid office suite on your phone? Then you might consider downloading Polaris Office. It is available on both Android and iOS. You have the option of a free account but if you are want to unlock all of it’s functionalities you can pay for a premium membership for $3.99 per month or $39.99 a year.
By using the Polaris Office you will also be get 2GB of free cloud storage. Also if you are creating presentations, there are 34 slide transition effects that you can use and 34 templates on Spreadsheets.
3. Google Docs
Google has created a lot of innovative products in terms of smartphones, with web applications such as Google Docs, Slides, and Spreadsheets you will now be able to carry out most of the Microsoft Office functions. The internet giant was successful in bringing these apps on both iOS and Android.
Everything you do on Google Docs is automatically saved on Google Drive, so you don’t have to worry about losing your files. With that said, it also easy for you to share your docs with others by just giving them the link of the file and allowing shared access.
4. Office Suite 8
Office Suite 8 is very similar to the apps mentioned above and you can also download it for free. It is compatible with almost any format like DOC, DOCX, XLS, XLSX, XLSM, PPT, PPTX, PDF, and many more.
Even though you can get this app for free, you might want to upgrade for premium to get access to everything you need.
5. Microsoft Office
The most popular office suite is now available on Android and iOS. Windows made the right move to offer their office suite on other platforms, existing users can now enjoy the same experience they have on their computer while using Microsoft Office.
Though the app for smartphones it has not yet been perfected, it will still deliver the platform you need to create and edit your documents.
You will just need a free Microsoft account to get the app running for Home use, but you will need to pay for Office 365 subscription for Business use.
That’s all! If you happen to try all the apps mentioned in this post, maybe you will want to share your experience with us. If you have any questions or suggestions feel free to hit the comment section below.