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Best Android word processor?

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Making the switch in 2013 from PC to Android. I love my toshiba tablet and instead of just proofing on it, I'm wanting to do my rough drafts as well.

So far I've experimented with Docs to Go, officesuite pro and quick office. They all seem about the same functionality wise, except that when I exit Docs to Go, when I reenter, I have to reopen the file I was working on.

Oh, yeah, and I can't figure out how to do a first line indent on each paragraph.

With wordperfect, I just picked that setting, but in each of these android apps, I have to set an indent for each paragraph. There doesn,t appear to be any first line indent function.

Anybody else using android?
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Update... tried quickoffice pro this morning. It locked up on me twice, making me lose about a page each time- it apparently doesn't auto backup while you're writing.

It does allow for better formatting, but having to redo work sucked.
Get an Android device that includes Chrome as the default browser. I think 3.0 Honeycomb/Ice Cream Sandwich or 4.0 Jelly Bean is where that began.

Then get Google Drive.

There's a very nice word processor in Google Drive. Love it. :)
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