#1
I'm uploading some .txt files to evernote (tabs) so my band can read them, however I don't know if smartphones and tablets can read those. If not, I can just copy and paste the text but I find this to be easier. So pit, can they understand .txt files?
For how can I give the King his place of worth above all else
when I spend my time striving to place the crown upon myself?
#2
Should be able to.

Isn't OpenOffice or whatever it is free now on the market?
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#3
Any Android phone can, I dont know enough about iOS but I'd imagine it can as well.
#4
Sweet, thanks guys.
For how can I give the King his place of worth above all else
when I spend my time striving to place the crown upon myself?
#5
Oh, I just assumed Android. My bad.

But yeah, not sure about iOS. But like pugachev said any Android will.
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#6
If my 2010 Nokia 5230 powered with S60 5t Edition software can happily read a .txt file, then I'm betting anything new will now.
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look nigga, if you're chillin with 5 bros and 2 hos, you're gonna wanna pay attention to all of em equally. not moon over the hos forever and laugh at every shitty thing they say and just stare at them all night, like some of my mates do.
#8
Well maybe not ANYTHING new, I mean, my Nokia is neat.
Quote by laid-to-waste
look nigga, if you're chillin with 5 bros and 2 hos, you're gonna wanna pay attention to all of em equally. not moon over the hos forever and laugh at every shitty thing they say and just stare at them all night, like some of my mates do.
#10
Quote by jetfuel495
reading a .txt is the one thing they haven't figured out how to do yet.

They tried to read tutorials online on how to implement it, but nobody had a phone that could read the files. It's a vicious circle of not being able to read.