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Another notable announcement coming out of Google’s second keynote presentation at Google I/O today is the launch of offline mode for Google Docs. Google execs gave a demo of the app working in Chrome without an Internet connection, allowing the user access to all features and formatting to make edits offline while saving changes to a local cache. Google noted that the offline feature would launch for Docs today and eventually roll out to presentations and spreadsheets.

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