If you are a writer or blogger and also have a very busy schedule, then these 5 free Android apps will surely come in handy! These are the top best Android apps for writers, tested and reviewed, with pros and cons for each one of them. These apps will not only provide a perfect environment for writing on your Android devices, but they will also increase productivity and help you better organize your tasks.

Here they are. Which ones will you choose to download for your Android device? 

1. Evernote

EvernoteEvernote is an app that helps you save your ideas and organize them. This is great for writers because you can use it to quickly note ideas, create lists and record voice reminders


  • Easy synchronization across the devices you use.
  • Evernote Clipper app for desktop.
  • User-friendly design. 
  • Option for adding handwriting notes. 
  • Organize notes by tags/notebooks.
  • Voice reminders.


  • No cons found yet. This is an overall great app for writers who want to keep their productivity levels high! It helps you to easily organize your writing tasks and has all the features you need to do so. 

2. Google Drive and Google Docs

Google Docs

Even though these are two separate apps, I’ll put them together here, as they go hand in hand. You can use Google Drive for free and have all your files within reach from any smartphone, tablet, or computer. Google Docs is a also great app you can use to write directly from your Android device. 


  • Access your files from any device you use
  • Your work is protected by the auto-save feature
  • Open, edit and save .doc files
  • Google Docs is available offline too on Android devices
  • Send files and work with other users in the same time


  • May break some MS Office files

3. Ginger Page & Grammar Keyboard

Ginger Page Grammar Keyboard

This app provides you with everything you need for great English writing on the go. Among its best features are: grammar and spelling corrections, translations, synonyms, definitions, text to speech, rephrasing suggestions and punctuation checks. It also has a Pro version.


  • Has many useful writing features
  • Live proofreading
  • Advanced rephrasing 
  • Human voice text to speech.
  • Translates your text between 40 different languages.
  • Easily export your text 
  • Has browser extension


  • The free version has a weekly limit on corrections

4. Writer


Writer is a writing app with a very simple and minimalist layout, designed to keep distractions away. It’s perfect for taking notes or writing a novel on your phone or tablet.


  • Clutter-free design
  • Markdown support
  • Some statistics


  • Very basic features.

5. Diaro – diary, journal, notes

Diaro - diary, journal, notes

Diaro is designed to record activities, experiences, thoughts and ideas . You can sync data across all your devices. This is also useful for those of you who want to start a diary! 


  • User-friendly interface 
  • Security Code 
  • Attach or capture unlimited amount of photos
  • Powerful search and filtering
  • Backup & Restore your data
  • Multi window mode


  • No markdown support
  • Dropbox sync uses a non-human-readable format
  • A bit cluttered

~ Ruxandra Micu