A few basics missing

Discussion in 'Android Tablet Q&A' started by ElegantFowl, Mar 24, 2012.

  1. ElegantFowl

    ElegantFowl Member

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    I purchased a Galaxy 10.1 a few months ago and I love it in almost every respect. The one exception is that it is awkward in doing what I originally bought it for: writing music reviews live at concerts. Although I have three word processors installed, none of them offers a word counter or a spell checker. A problem of equal gravity is that, having written something in a word processor, I can't copy and paste it into another application to send it as e-mail text. (I could send the wp file as an attachment, but they wouldn't like that one bit in the newsroom.) Any thoughts?
     
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    OfficeSuite Pro does word count, and you can save a file as a text file as well. Right now the only office app with spell check is Android Office, or so I've read. Which seems a little odd because ICS seems to have spell check functionality built in to it, so it would seem a simple matter for developers to include it.
     
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