Google Docs App Enhanced with Web Clipboard, Other Options

The official Google Docs app for Android has been updated today, adding a few improvements including a new Web Clipboard feature. It’s now possible to take pictures with your Android phone or tablet and automatically insert them into a Google document. Additional changes include improved open and sending options, and support for 45 more languages. Head to the Android Market to download the free Google Docs app today.

[app]com.google.android.apps.docs[/app]

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