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Google Docs for Android gets face lift, gives RTF support

Google has just updated its Docs application for Android devices which features a cleaner, fresher appearing interface that promises a more fluent, smoother experience in working with your documents.

The developers have also added in several productivity tools that make Google Docs for Android more of a complete office solution.

A much welcomed “pinch to zoom” gesture has also been added that allows the user to focus on a specific paragraph or entire page. Another new and useful attribute thanks to the implementation of RTF (Rich Text Formatting) support, is the ability to bold something important in order to make it stand out more in a clump of text as well as easily adding a color of choice or quick bullet list.

v1.0.54 of Google Docs is now available as a free download on the Android Market and is compatible with all Android devices running 2.1 upwards.

KitGuru says: It still aint no Microsoft Office, but there’s no denying it has come a long way since its inception. Highly recommended!

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