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Google Docs and Droid App

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by plongson, Aug 20, 2010.

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    Has anyone heard if Google is developing an app to support DOC's? I really like the functionality of GD but it's strange they don't support it with an app.

    I've used a few of the ones in Market and they are just so-so...
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    They support it through the browser.

    You can also use the full version of google docs if you set your browser's user agent to desktop/computer. This is best accomplished with a browser like Dolphin HD or xScope.
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    There's an app called GDocs Notepad that will let you sync up a set of documents with a folder on your Google Docs account. It is free.

    It doesn't do text formatting or anything other than DOCS (that is, no spreadsheets of presentations), but it syncs properly and is very handy to have access to a set of text documents that you might want to change quickly either on your handheld or on a PC.

    -War
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