- The free version works fine on my tablet but is more or less a viewer. Having to connect on line is a bit annoying sometimes
- I have tried I don't know how many word processing apps and the rest of them do some of what I need but not all, Google docs is simply unreliable and a pain in the rear end. Unfortunately this app isn't compatible with my Samsung galaxy tab 2. I don't want to write on a phone, I want to write on my tablet! Come on Microsoft, help me out and make it compatible with that! Great spell checker, great functions, easy to save to the cloud, does everything effortlessly. Top marks!
- I've not always been a fan of Microsoft, but the ability to work on a document on my PC , save it to the one drive and then tidy it up on my phone is amazing. The app may be slightly feature light, but it's tidy and fits in well with the android environment and once you look about a bit you can find most everything. It's actually worth the subscription. So there.
- Ah, MS Office: the business standard, whether you like it or not. I bought into the O365 suite for work because there are simply too many proprietary doc formats in the world and OpenOffice wasn't cutting it. As it turns out, Word for Android is excellent, and Microsoft is constantly adding new features. One complaint: the app overrides several keyboard functions, with frustrating results. Overall it's still a 5- app, though.
- As im writing my letter it glitches. If i space down then start writing again it bounces back to the line above and types it there as well as adds more letters or numbers. I just installed it on my smart phone and its fully updated. I don't know what to do. I was really excited about it at first but now im disappointed.
- Word application really supports many documents and features that I love using whenever I'm creating or working a project. I can copy and paste... it's a great option. Microsoft Word easily supports the information I need for present and future use