Now You Can Edit Google Docs on iPad, iPhone and Android

Now you can edit Google Docs on the go, using an iPad, iPhone or Android device. The new mobile Google Docs will be rolled out to English-language users using Android Froyo and any iOS 3.x thingamajig. It even supports voice recognition.

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The rollout will happen over the next few days. To use it you just have to point a compatible device to docs.google.com. From there you can create a new document or edit an existing one by just pressing the Edit button.

Unfortunately, the edits are not seamless. They appear in "near real time". But there's a neat feature for Android users: You can use Google's voice recognition to edit text. [Google]

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DISCUSSION

Why hasn't Google just made an app for Android phones yet? Heck, even my 4 year old Nokia E61 had a native application for editing spreadsheets and documents. In my opinion, Android may not see mass enterprise adoption without this feature.