WordPad: a minimalist text editor for Android
In this age our documents are not limited to just our computers, they can be accomplished with other gadgets too because of handy text editors that can be used to create, edit, and view documents such as Microsoft Office, however Microsoft seems still confused how they can mobilize their all apps, if you take expand the store a bit more, we also use other text editors to edit just text files and programming languages. The Google Play store is flooded with a lot of text editors but it’s a difficult to select best of them as many of them try to be all things to all people.
Here’s WordPad text editor that is released by a XDA developer Gibbz1, it’s a minimal text editor to edit your text files even for programming languages, the interface is pretty minimal and simple and it offers many handy features to make your life easier. When you’ll launch the WordPad app, it will present you a blank screen with a blinking typing courser, where you may make a new text document or open up any existing document from your Android device.
However it’s important to note that the app is currently in beta stage and you may face bugs, at this time it just allow you to open text files from SD card, it doesn’t show any option for editing text files elsewhere on the device.
But the app is pretty easy to use, the minimal interface makes you to able to use more space to view and edit your documents. The app saves you documents automatically, you may use the volume button to go to top of document and volume down for bottom. The app also check spells and you can use the full screen editing too while themes are also customizable.
WordPad can be proved a best tool if you often take notes on your Android device, the app requires Android 3.0 or above and it’s free, head over to below link to get it for your Android device:
Download WordPad for Android [Google Play Store Link]