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Google has launched a new feature giving iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch users the ability to edit Google Docs directly from their devices. According to a post on the official Google Mobile blog, users simply need to visit docs.google.com in their browser, select the document they’d like to edit, and press the “Edit” button to begin editing. The post notes that the features will be rolled out to English-language users around the world in the next few days, and are compatible with all iOS devices running software version 3.0 or later.

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So you can edit the Google Doc but what then? You cannot print it or even email it. So you edit it but have to go back to the office or home to do anything else.

Posted by Jobobike on November 20, 2010 at 12:28 AM (CST)

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