Dick Tracy had a two-way wrist radio, Penny had a computer book and I have a smartphone.
Debian on my Android Phone
Let's type a sample document.
Because LibreOffice is running in a desktop environment, I can use a Bluetooth mouse to browse menus and select text. By contrast, QuickOffice (an Android application) has fewer options in its menus and it requires me to use my fingertips to select text. (The mouse is useless in QuickOffice).
And if we do not want to work on the small screen, we can work on the big screen. Here, my phone is "docked" to another computer via a USB connection.
Because we are working with a real computer operating system, we can do much more than create and edit documents and spreadsheets. We can also download a wxMaxima notebook from my website ...
... and run it in wxMaxima.
We can also edit the file and save the output to my telephone's external storage card.
I saved the files that I created to my telephone's external storage card.
I would like to thank Sven-Ola Tuecke for his Debian Kit.