Google Docs for Android updated to v1.0.43, brings offline access

Ian Hardy

February 1, 2012 2:19pm

Google has just announced an update to the Google Docs app for Android. The biggest change that this update (version 1.0.43) brings is the ability to have offline access to all your files. In addition, if you’re using an Android tablet, say the Galaxy Tab, Optimus Pad or Transformer Prime, you’ll apparently have a better Google Docs reading experience and “get a high-resolution version of the document”. Here’s the full change log:

– Make any file available offline for view access while not connected
– Manage offline content, including seeing what’s out of date
– Automatic syncing of offline content while on WiFi
– Star and rename files while offline
– Improved reading experience of Google documents while on a tablet

Source: Android Market
Via: Google+

  • drizzo613

    it’s about time!

  • EmperumanV

    Yay finally!

  • Stuntman

    I gotta try this out later on my Eee Pad Transformer. The Polaris Office spreadsheet app sucks so unbelievably bad.

  • Stuntman

    OK. I tried it out and it sucks. It’s so painful just trying to create the simplest spreadsheet. What a useless piece of crap. It’s as bad as Polaris Office. When they improve the editing feature, let me know. I removed it.