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Google Docs now support mobile editing and creating

Edit your cloud files on the go

| Mobile Devices News | Posted: Nov 18, 2010 2:26 am

Google has been one of the big dogs when it has come to the mobile revolution, but they've been lagging behind a bit when it has come to making Google Docs completely mobile friendly. Google is looking to change that with their announcement that Google Docs are becoming edit-friendly on Android and iOS devices.

 

 

Up until now, Google Docs have been read-only on these two major mobile platforms. Editing looks to be as easy as tapping within a text field and editing to your heart's content. Android's voice transcription is supported and changes show up in "near realtime" to others checking out the document. Adding new documents also looks to have been recently added as well.

 

NEWS SOURCES:Googleblog.blogspot.com

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