Monday, January 20, 2020

Google Docs App For Android Devices Finally Arrives

Android market is boosting, big time. It wasn’t long enough when it was announced that Android had reached downloads of more than 3 million. Google Apps are much used apps on Android OS and Desktops. Yet there was something missing out big time and that was Google Docs.  Google has finally launched Google Docs app for Android. As tested, the app allows you to search, filter, and edit your content on any Google account. Another great feature of this app is optical character recognition (OCR), which converts text images into text that can be edited. On the contrary, user of this app would not be able to delete documents via the app. Hopefully that would be added later on, via quick update. This free app is available in English language for now and works on Android devices running 2.1 and higher.

To download
– scan the QR code
– or search Google Apps in Market

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