Edit: After half day, my wife’s Mac started having the same problem. I have then applied the solution that I found in the Apple
Now You Can Edit Google Docs on the Go with an iPhone or iPad
We all hear it everyday- ‘web apps are the future’- don’t we? At least this is what Google is feeding us, and I have no reason to differ, though sometimes it takes quite a while to launch some of its extremely powerful features for all devices. Let’s take the example of Google Docs- after half a year of iPad, and 4 generations of iPhone, Google Docs editing on iOS devices is finally possible!
It is officially announced that Google has modified its document editing tools for Apple’s mobile devices, and will be rolling out the changes to all users, together with, those using Google Apps, within maybe the next week. But a week’s wait doesn’t matter- taking into consideration the time we have being waiting for it.
So what are the implications of this news? First of all, its good news for workaholics- now, it doesn’t matter wherever you are, as you receive a message from your boss to get cracking on that company memorandum in the Google Docs shared folder, you can do it in a split second. Or if you are the boss, which is much better, you can send a message and demand a fast response. This is what we needed for our on-the-go needs. This pro editing tool – Google Docs on mobile- will strap up Google’s real time features. If other users are working on the same document along with you, document changes that you make on your iPad or iPhone would appear immediately for your partners, and vice versa. Take a look at how all these features work.
English language users with an iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch, running iOS 3.0 or higher will be the first to get this mobile editing ability. This also goes for Android users with devices running Android OS 2.2 or higher. Non English language users of all these gadgets- you don’t have to worry- other language tools will follow in the nearest future.
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