Google Docs is a free productivity suite that allows the creation and editing of documents, spreadsheets and more. It stores the user's files on Google Drive, Google's linked cloud service, and allows for seamless online collaboration with other Google Docs users.
It Works, For Any Kind Of Work
Google Docs has comparable editing power to Microsoft Office and other productivity suites. Though it is not exactly as feature-rich, you can still write, create spreadsheets, and do much more with it, all from your web browser or anywhere else supported by Google Docs. The app's weakest area is probably creating presentations, but it can still be helpful there. Problems with Google Docs are far and few between: for example, you get 15 gigabytes of storage to start with, but occasional security checkups and other events can (but may not) give you extra storage.
A Worthy Office Solution, Wherever You Are
Overall, Google Docs is a great option not just for creating documents and other office productivity tasks, but for collaborating on them. Its cloud functionality allows teams to work together in harmony on the same thing at the same time, and it will take a while before its competitors can compare in this respect.