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Video Daily: Google adds editing capabilities to mobile Google Docs

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 18 Nov 2010 0:26

Video Daily: Google adds editing capabilities to mobile Google Docs Google has announced that its updated version of Google Docs for Android and iOS will allow users to edit their documents, right in the mobile browser.
Until now, users could only open and view their documents, but not edit. The search giant had promised to add editing capabilities to future updates.

There is a catch, however. You must be running iOS 3.0 or higher and Android 2.2 to be able to access the latest Docs.

If you meet those requirements, navigate to docs.google.com from the mobile browser and sign into your Gmail account.

Users should be able to see a new "edit" button now. Android users can change text, edit tables, and add text via spoken dictation. It is still unclear whether more advanced features such as adding links and images is available.

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