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Google Docs editing now available in 44 more languages

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 05 Mar 2011 22:25 User comments (2)

Google Docs editing now available in 44 more languages Until November, mobile Google Docs users could only open and view their documents, but not edit. In mid-November, Google added editing capabilities in English.
Today, the search giant says "were excited to announce that you can now edit your docs on the go in 44 more languages."

You must be running iOS 3.0 or higher or Android 2.2 to be able to access the latest Docs with editing.

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

Users can change from view to edit mode by pressing 'Edit.'

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17.3.2011 0:45

"You must be running iOS 3.0 or higher and Android 2.2 to be able to access the latest Docs."

Unless there is some new phone with both on it, I think that sentence has a problem. Also, no Android 2.3 support?



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