Let's be honest: office suites on touchscreen devices are never exactly ideal, but QuickOffice is about as good as it gets. The popular document creator has racked up hundreds of thousands of purchases (an impressive feat at $15 and $20), and it's being included on more and more devices straight from the manufacturer. The developers were on hand at CTIA to give Droid-Life the skinny on the upcoming version five.
Google Docs has just received a much needed update today in the market that is aiming at Android Honeycomb tablets. We have a brand new layout and enhanced user interface for tablets as well as a 3-panel interface for easy viewing of documents on the larger 7 & 10.1" displays. More update details after the break.
It looks like everyone's favorite documents application for Android we all know as Google Docs received a little update today. It's all about that cloud-based web functionality here. The main feature in the update today is the ability to quickly and easily upload photos to Google Docs and the web clipboard. This is a great feature for mobile users and something we can use on-the-go with ease.
The mobile version of Google Docs has been updated with new features and some visual improvements. With many new features like sharing on the go, or being able to sort documents things are pretty solid on Google Docs right about now. They explain it as being able to sort, narrow, and share all your documents right from your list. Pretty neat huh?