In Pictures: 7 office suites for Android devices

You can take your work with you, thanks to several office suites which let you view and edit your documents on an Android device

ThinkFree Office Mobile ($9.99)

Main features: View, edit and create text and spreadsheet documents, and slide-show presentations. View PDF files. Designed for use on Android tablets.

Cloud storage: Can access files in your Google Docs account. Additionally, the company behind it, Hancom, gives you 2GB of storage for free on their own servers.

Notable extras: Drawing tool lets you sketch freehand. Lets you snap a photo with your device’s camera.

Microsoft Office compatibility: Successfully loaded all Office documents.

Conclusion: Because of its wide set of options for creating images from scratch, this office suite is great for building slide-show presentations. Good compatibility with Microsoft Office documents and a cheap price also help to make ThinkFree Office Mobile the best overall value for Android tablet owners.

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