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Android and iPad Users Will Now be Able to Edit Google Docs From Their Devices

Yesterday Google announced that they were going to be allowing users the capability to edit their Google Docs on iPads and Android. While this feature is already available through various third-party applications, like QuickOffice, Google users may find themselves more comfortable having a native component available to them.

While users have already been able to edit spreadsheets, this new feature opens up all documents to collaboration and co-editing. With this new addition, Google is further proving that they are serious about expanding their cloud service. The only question is, now that Google has implemented their two-step verification process option, will business feel secure enough to allow the opening and editing of their company documents through the apps account?

Screen Shot 2014 04 15 at 7.21.12 AM Android and iPad Users Will Now be Able to Edit Google Docs From Their Devices
Loren Baker is the Founder of SEJ, an Advisor at Alpha Brand Media and runs Foundation Digital, a digital marketing strategy & development agency.
Screen Shot 2014 04 15 at 7.21.12 AM Android and iPad Users Will Now be Able to Edit Google Docs From Their Devices

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3 thoughts on “Android and iPad Users Will Now be Able to Edit Google Docs From Their Devices

  1. This is definitely the best news I've heard so far today. Actually, I have all my documents for my projects in google docs. now, that I can access my google docs with my phone, working on Google Docs will be much easier. Thanks for the news!

  2. Are you afraid about “two-step verification” of this new service? Is that a double check for password or just two step to access Google docs? If it only require two step to access, so I think it is not secure. Thanks for share.