Google Docs (Finally) Goes Mobile
Microsoft Office sucks and should go die, at least in my humble opinion, so I ditched it this semester and have been using Google Docs full time. You should too; I haven’t regretted it for a moment.
Unfortunately, I could only read my Docs on my iPhone and iPad, but not edit them. You can’t do this with Office documents either, but this should be expected, as I would like to throw my copy of Office into an active volcano anyway. Anyway, Google stepped their game up yesterday as they started rolling out mobile editing to iOS and Android 2.2 and above. Android users even get built-in dictation, which might result in some amusing typos. I worked a bit on my paper with an iPad the other day, and it performed pretty much like you’d expectit to; which is to say much better than my DocsToGo app, which I actually think I like less than Office.
Anyway, check out the video below for a quick overview, as well as some fun lifehacky uses, of the new feature.