When it comes to creating and editing documents, most people would probably still say they prefer using a computer over a mobile device. But there are some apps out there that are making creating and editing documents a little bit easier and we’re going to give you the heads up on some of them.
Blogging for this Thing
Use at least one of these apps and create or edit a document. Write a blog post about what you think about the app and how you may be able to use it personally or professionally. If you know of another app that would fit under this Thing, tell us about it in your blog, too.
CloudOn brings you Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint to your device. Sure, there are other apps that do this, too, but this app brings them to the device and they look exactly like they do on your computer, so it’s not hard to figure out how to use them.
Quickoffice is Google’s app that allows you to create and edit Microsoft Office documents, spreadsheets and presentations on your mobile device. Once you sign in with your Google Account, work can be saved in Google Drive.
When it comes to documents on devices, another thing that is sometimes hard is adding your signature to the document. If you need to sign a document or get someone’s signature for a document, SignNow can help you do this pretty easily, without you having to print, scan, or fax anything.