Google just announced a new update to Docs for Android that brings the real-time collaboration of the desktop version of Docs to Android phones and tablets. The feature allows multiple people to view and edit a document simultaneously with changes appearing in seconds. The update also introduces a new refined interface with new pinch to zoom and focus controls, and rich text formatting with quick bullet lists, font and background color, bolding, italics, and underlining. Other new additions include cursor presence and highlighting functionality. You can grab the updated Google Docs for Android from the Market now.

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4 Responses to “Google Docs for Android updated with realtime collaboration and redesigned UI”

  1. KrishnanS says:

    @John, Joshua CollateBox doesn't really look good to me, the video does not provide information clearly. There can be many other tools which can be very helpful.
    What do you think?

  2. Joshua says:

    Thanks for the link @John infact just registered and I am waiting for CollateBox now..

  3. JohnD says:

    Nice to see this app. Would be very helpful to many of us. Meanwhile, I've come across some new tools which looks very interesting and handy, for collaboration.
    One such tool is CollateBox . Just registered with this one found their video looks neat..Eagerly waiting for this one.

  4. Osama Mohammad says:

    I love the new interface. Have not yet gone through it completely but first look is awesome. Now I would rather type on my phone than on my laptop. Its a lot more smoother and faster….its dope!!