Google Docs Editing Support Coming to Android “In Next Few Weeks”

A Google blog article celebrating the number of businesses who have “Gone Google” teases Android (and iPad) users with a glimpse into the near future.  According to Google, we should expect to see mobile editing support within the next few weeks. This news is long overdue and bound to make a ton of you happy.  Many of our back-end files are are created and hosted with Google Docs.  Unfortunately, we’re not always tied to a PC.  (Android does that, ya know).  We look forward to this rolling out over the coming weeks!  How about you?

…Soon, mobile editing in Google Docs on Android and the iPad…Second, today we demonstrated new mobile editing capabilities for Google Docs on the Android platform and the iPad. In the next few weeks, co-workers around the world will soon be able to co-edit files simultaneously from an even wider array of devices…

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  1. reddragon72
    September 20, 13:36 Reply

    hopefully this will also open up uploading to google docs. I bought extra storage for pics/vids/files and so far I can only upload pics to picasa and vids to youtube(which sucks BTW) but want to send vids and files to my docs for safe keeping of the originals. And yes creating and editing a doc is also great, but mainly uploading.

  2. Keefers
    September 20, 15:37 Reply

    Moto this… Google that… this will be out shortly… like the 2.2 update for Droid X… :-/

    • Leo
      September 21, 10:34 Reply

      Google is not responsible for your Motorola phone. Buy a Nexus One if you want to blame Google for your phone updates.

  3. Paul Paulson
    September 20, 16:46 Reply

    Looks like Google is going after the business crowd in a serious way now. Time to take RIM down a few more pegs.

  4. tudza
    September 21, 17:55 Reply

    Wait a minute, you mean all this time people have been unable to edit Google Docs using their Android phones? Sorry people, that’s really lame.

    Just yesterday I was reading an article about Google blaming the Safari browser on iPhones for their inability to edit Google Docs.

  5. aprcoffee
    September 22, 15:27 Reply

    As a BBerry user who has been strongly considering going Android, this news is very attractive. Our company uses GDocs regularly and we’d really like to be truly mobile, which requires being able to edit/compose new docs from a smartphone. Just another reason that Android is looking better all the time.

  6. trytryagain
    September 28, 02:17 Reply

    Wow, I have been dying to access, let alone edit, my google docs from my Android. Let’s hope next few weeks means tomorrow :0

    • chopsueysensei
      September 28, 05:50 Reply

      Well, you can ACCESS your docs from your Android, no breaktrough here I think.. Just point your browser to the mobile Docs page, and there they are..

  7. Hans Eisenman
    October 05, 11:10 Reply

    Great news. Won’t be a minute too soon, either. Heavily integrated into Google’s world, Docs especially.

  8. Ajit
    October 17, 05:30 Reply

    I am eagerly waiting for a functional one
    It will be great

  9. iwan
    February 16, 20:31 Reply

    its been like months not weeks and no further news

  10. Consumer
    July 10, 20:34 Reply

    Umm this story was posted September 20, 2010.

    Its now mid July of 2011.

    I need to cut and paste, why do I have to wait years for such a basic feature?

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