How to use an Android phone as a tablet editor
A smartphone app lets you add images and video to your video, photo or text documents, while the Android tablet editor can easily flip a document to a tablet-like display and annotate.
These are some of the best apps on Android that can take a tablet and turn it into a tablet that can edit documents.
Here’s how to get started.
Read full articleWe all use phones, tablets, laptops and other devices for work, but what about editing documents on the go?
The Android tablet app, for instance, is one of the most popular apps on the platform.
And its ability to flip a PDF to a desktop or mobile device allows you to edit documents from anywhere on the device.
For instance, if you have an online chat app like Slack, you can use the Android app to flip that chat app to a device that can work as a laptop.
Another example is if you’re editing an article from your iPhone, you’ll have a lot more flexibility to edit on the fly.
The app has a couple of handy features, such as making it easy to flip documents from a mobile device to a laptop and vice versa.
One of the neatest features is the ability to annotate documents by typing in words from your document.
In the case of the article on my iPad, the words are in italics, and I can add a small circle with the word ‘to’ underneath to make it easier to read.
The Android app has some other useful features as well, such in the case that you’re working with a text document on your phone.
The app has the ability for you to mark the start of your text as an annotation, so that it will always appear as an ‘A’ next to your mark.
This way, you don’t have to flip over to flip it again.
The Android app also has a ‘mark as completed’ button, which allows you the ability on the tablet to mark an entire document as complete.
The tablet editor is also an awesome tool for editing text documents with a pen and paper, although some people may prefer using a mobile phone or tablet to do this.
With the Android apps, it’s much easier to do it from anywhere, on any device, and with a lot of flexibility.
The downside to the app is that it has a small UI that can get in the way of some people, but it’s still a pretty useful tool.
If you’re looking to learn more about Android tablets and how to use them for creative work, we suggest checking out our full guide on how to edit text on a tablet.