Android tablet word processor: Google Docs (Google Drive)
Google Docs' biggest advantage -- $0 price tag aside -- is its seamless integration with Google's cloud storage: Any files stored in Google Drive automatically show up and are continuously synced with other Drive-connected devices. The app supports live collaboration, allowing simultaneous editing with other users, whose edits are visible in real time. The interface is clean, simple, and tablet-optimized, but not exactly robust. It has basic text-formatting commands -- text color and style, alignment, indention, bullet points -- but lacks much else. You can't create or edit tables or perform a basic word count. At the time of testing, the app opened only documents in the proprietary Google Docs format, offering no option to convert or import .doc or .docx files.