In Pictures: The best office apps for Android tablets

With the right set of apps, your Android tablet can become an indispensable part of your mobile work arsenal. Here are the tools you need

Android tablet word processor: Documents to Go

Documents to Go may be one of the biggest names in mobile document management, but on Android tablets, it's one of the biggest disappointments. The interface hasn’t been optimized for tablets or even updated to meet Google's Android 4.0 design standards. You're forced to use a legacy menu icon to access basic commands. Worse, most commands are buried within layers of menus. It does offer decent editing tools, including table insertion, comment management, and word count, and has optional Google Docs integration, along with its own standalone PC-to-cloud sync utility. But using this app on a tablet is not pleasant; it feels like a program that was at the top of its game a year ago and hasn't been updated since.

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