To access information from web browsing to editing documents, the use of mobile phones is increased among people. For more easily access to cloud-based collection of documents, Google has launched a new ‘Docs’ application for Android that will provide you more control on its mobile site. Google Docs for Android is another brilliant-looking native app from Google.
The new Docs App comes with all favorite features of Google Docs: editing, uploading, creating, and sharing documents. Additionally, it will be packed with an optional home screen widget intended for a one-touch way to make new documents, take and upload photos, or access starred documents. The Google Docs also lets you to easily share items with your phone’s contacts, directly from within the app.
It is very easy to filter and search your content all over any Google account with this new app. Then go to editing docs with the use of online mobile editors. The ability of the app to link with your device’s camera is an exciting feature of the app. Users can also utilize optical character recognition (OCR) to instantly convert photos with physical texts into editable Google documents. Yet, the app is not capable to identify handwriting, but don’t be astonished at all if Google puts that feature in the future.
Google Docs for Android has a brightly clean UI and permits you to show your documents and spreadsheets within the app. However, if you wish for editing your present documents then you need to utilize the mobile web version. The menu of the app arranges your documents into sections, along with all collections, items, and starred sections, and also the chance to show presentations. For even quicker access, there are also tidy little desktop widgets.
Recognizing unformatted text works great and takes only a few seconds to load the document. So, say goodbye to scanner and make use of Google Docs app. Same as Google Translate, Google Maps Navigation, Google Goggles, Google Maps, Google Books and Google Voice, Google Docs is another free inhabitant application from the Android squad that is meant to go directly to the top of the Android app chart.
Currently, Google Docs app for Android is available for phones that run on Android 2.1+. Users can download Google Docs app without any cost.
With the Google Docs app:
- Make fast changes to spreadsheets
- Planned for Android to save your time while finding your docs
- View your PDFs, documents, images and many more
- Upload and translate files to the Google Docs format
- Edits to your documents come into view to collaborators in seconds
- Share docs with contacts of your phone
- Take a photo of printed text and transfer it to a Google document
Google Docs app for Android video demo from Youtube: