July 8th, 2010, 09:07 AM
Join Date: Jan 2010
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Note Everything has an add-in called 'NE GDocs', that will import and export Google Docs. Doesn't do automatic syncing, but it might get the job done. (Disclaimer: I'm an enthusiastic user of Note Everything, but I haven't tried their GDocs add-on myself.)
I've also been using GDocs by WildArt (NOT the same as GDocs Notepad mentioned by gtshouse), but I've occasionally had problems with it. On a few occasions, it's overwritten a document on the Google server with the contents of another document.
Some other apps I've seen mentioned but haven't used include:
- Memento is a personal database app that is said to sync with Google Docs.
- GooMemo is also supposed to sync with Google Docs, but I think on Google it saves everything in a spreadsheet, rather than as text documents. In other words, they show up as notes on the Android, but are stored in a spreadsheet on Google's servers.
Just search the app market for 'google docs' and you'll probably find others.
And finally, if you plan on ONLY editing on the desktop, then you can just use the mobile web version of Google Docs on the Android. You can't edit with it, but for just reading your docs, it works well.
Hope this helps.