Google Docs Android app adds Offline access and improved tablet experience

Google Docs Android app adds Offline access and improved tablet experience
Google Docs Android app has been updated with Offline access and Improved Google documents reading experience for tablet users. Now you can select any file you've saved in Google Docs to make it available offline. Google Docs automatically updates your offline files when you’re on Wi-Fi. You can also manually update files anytime you have a data connection by opening the file or tapping ‘Update’ from the Offline section of the app.

And good news for those of you who are Android tablet users, you can now enjoy the new reading layout displaying a high-resolution version of the document when you open it on your tablet while online. Just Swipe left and right to flip between pages, or use the slider at the bottom to page ahead quickly.

What's in this version:
+ Make any file available offline for view access while not connected.
+ Manage offline content, including seeing what’s out of date.
+ Automatic syncing of offline content while on wifi.
+ Star and rename files while offline.
+ Improved reading experience of Google documents while on a tablet.

Those not familiar with the Google Docs app for Android should know that the Google Docs app allows you to create, edit, upload and share your documents with your device's contacts. You can view your documents, PDFs, presentations, make quick changes to spreadsheets, and many more.

Google Docs Android app is available for download FREE in the Android Market in the Productivity category.
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