Google Docs Comes to Android as Native App
Google has ported Google Docs to Android, and it is now available for download from the Android Market as a native App. The App allows you to upload as well as read and edit your documents using Google Docs, and the interface is beautifully designed. The user experience is truly phenomenal, and the widget allows you to access and create documents easily.
It is not the first App in the market that gives you access to your Docs account, but it is truly the most remarkable free App with a great user interface and amazing sync capabilities. The Docs app also allows you to upload content from your phone and open documents directly from Gmail. The most breath-taking feature that the App offers is the ability to convert images into text based documents.
Google Docs for Android uses the power of optical character recognition (OCR) to convert images into text. You can just hit the “Document from photo” button, click a picture, and wait for the App to convert it into plain text which can then be uploaded to Docs. As all services, Google gives first preference to Android users, but as always, iPhone users can expect the App to hit the App Store at any moment.
The App is a must-have, and you can get it from the Android Market.