Google Docs App for iOS and Android

May 28, 2014 Timothy Mobile Apps

Not to be out marketed by Microsoft’s recent release of a Word app, Google has announced the availability of a new Google Docs app for both Apple idevices and android devices.

The new Google Docs app enables one to create new document or to open an existing document that you may have created on another device, like your home or office desktop. The Google Docs app retains the ability to share documents and collaborate among team members.

While you do need an initial Internet connection to sync your app and docs, you don’t need a live connection to edit and save a document or your changes. The ability to work off-line is a huge convenience.

Initial feedback on the new app is largely favorable. The app is a free download on both iTunes and Android stores.

Source: Google Docs on iTunes


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Tim, the Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center's webmaster and technical training specialist, has been with ASBTDC since 1995. He retired from the U.S. Air Force with the rank of master sergeant. He's a bit gung-ho, turns cat food cans into cook stoves, and keeps packing ASBTDC equipment for rapid worldwide deployment, but he's your "go to" guy for technical solutions and full-scale disasters.

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