Google Docs has proved that cloud computing is the future, and millions of people worldwide have already made good use of it, storing plenty of their work documents as well as other documents on Google’s servers, accessible from anywhere as long as there is a decent Internet connection. Well, Google has just made their Google Docs app more powerful, as it supports editing on your mobile browser – and this feature is set to roll out over the next few days. English-language users will be able to see this happen on Android 2.2 Froyo and on iOS devices (version 3.0+) first, followed by support for other languages in due time. No more excuse not to slack off from work even when you don’t have a computer, eh? Surely now you know why your boss was so eager to get you an iPhone…
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