Google Docs For Android Updates With Web Clipboard

Google’s Docs Android app just updated with the ability to send pictures to a document, as well as open up documents with other viewers on your phone.

Docs’ Web Clipboard feature lets you take a picture with your phone, and paste it into a Google Doc from your computer. Just select a photo, hit Send to Web Clipboard, and open up Docs on the desktop and hit Paste. You can also open documents from the Google Docs app in a different document viewer, like Documents to Go or QuickOffice. Hit the link to read more about the new features, or head straight to the Android Market and download it now.

Google Docs [Android Market via Google Docs Blog]

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