On 09/14/2015 02:42 PM, James Knott wrote:
On 09/14/2015 08:41 AM, Tom Davies wrote:
Does anyone know if it installs onto the device itself so that it's usable
AndrOffice works off line. However, your friend should test it before
he goes. Also, while it works on a tablet, I'd hate to use it on a phone.
There are currency converters, on Google Play, that might be more
appropriate, though I haven't used any of them.
For any Wordprocessing app for editing, you really need to have an
external keyboard, to save visual space on the tablet's screen.
Also having the portable battery backup devices to help keep a phone and
tablet charged up between "downtime" [when you have access to AC power]
is a must. Also, you really need to take a surge protection device for
when you charge your electronics. This makes sense even if you are
charging the devices at home, let alone abroad.
OFF Topic. . .
You can download the language files for Google Translate, for most of
the languages you can hear while online. This may be good for a
traveler who does not speak the native language for the area that they
Having Translate and a good currency info app may help a lot.
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