Google docs comes to Android, iPhone and iPad

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A mobile version of Google Docs is being rolled out to Android, iPhone and iPad users, letting them edit documents whenever they’ve got signal.

A mobile version of Google Docs is being rolled out to Android, iPhone and iPad users, to let them edit documents whenever they’ve got signal.

Users of devices running Android 2.2 or iOS 3.0 and above, will be able to visit the docs.google.com site in their mobile browser and get cracking on that spreadsheet or memo.

According to Google, the edit option is being rolled out in the ‘next few days’ for English users, with support for other languages following soon.

In case you don’t know what editing a document looks like, check out the video below – accompanied by quite the ‘banging’ soundtrack.

Categories: Smartphones, Tablets

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