How to get started with OnLive Desktop for Android tablets
If you're not satisfied with the Microsoft Office alternatives for Android tablets, OnLive Desktop might be right up your alley. We'll show you how to get started.
OnLive Desktop is essentially a virtual Windows 7 desktop with access to Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Adobe Reader. It's available for the Apple iPad and select Android tablets in Standard and Plus versions, with a Pro version coming later. We'll go over the free, OnLive Desktop Standard for Android tablets in this tutorial.
Using the virtual keyboard or a physical Bluetooth keyboard, create and save new files to the documents folder.
Once OnLive Desktop has synchronized the files, you can download them by logging in to desktop.onlive.com. You can also upload files to your OnLive Desktop storage from the same site.
That's it. The Android version of OnLive Desktop not only supports Bluetooth keyboards, but Bluetooth mice (left-click only) as well. Also keep in mind that OnLive Desktop for Android is currently only supported on the Acer Iconia Tab A500, ASUS Eee TF101, Motorola Xoom, Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 and 10.1, and HTC Jetstream.