Android devicesThe Android phone uses only the Google docs tools installed by default due to it being a low end phone, but, that is fine for me and what I need it for. The Android tablet also uses the Google docs tools as I don't need or use a lot of high end functions. The times I use the Google docs tools is when I need to make a quick edit to a document or spreadsheet I have on Google Drive.
LinuxThis is where I do most of my serious work when doing documents. I am not going to go into how each package works, just a quick intro to the two main tools I use and what it looks like. So far I have not had any problems using documents from work in the suite. It does look a bit different when rendering the documents, but, the basics are there and I can quickly do what I have to do and get it back to work.
Libre Office came pre-installed for me so that was a bonus. If it isn't, you can use your package manager to install the software. The main functions are Writer, Calc, Base, Draw, Impress and Math. I normally use Writer and Calc and I have only used Impress once.
|Office suite menu|
If you launch Libre Office the package will present you a number of options and the last set of files you were working on. From there you can pick the file you were working on, open a file or create a new file. Clean and simple screen that allows you to quickly do what you want to do.
|Libre Office, what do you want to do|
|What type of document to create|
|Writer blank document screen|
Other office toolsAt this time I don't use much else. The only other two tools is a character select KCharSelect that came as part of KDE and a PDF viewer Okular. I use Okular when I export out a spreadsheet from Calc for viewing on the phone. I do this so that I can quickly see my DVD library on the phone to see if I have already bought that video and not having to open up the spreadsheet and accidentally make a change.