If you use Google Docs on your Android phone, you’ll be glad to know that the app has been updated today. Google announced that the latest version of Google Docs for Android now works offline. Users can save documents to work on them without an internet connection, and then only update the files online when they’re connected to the internet. In addition to the improved offline mode, Google Docs for tablets now lets users view high-resolution versions of documents, making it easier and more pleasant to read files on larger display devices. The latest version of Google Docs is available on the Android Market now and can be downloaded for free.
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