Finally! Edit GDocs on the go

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  1. ekyle

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  2. Chidori602

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    just checked it out, and i was able to edit one of my docs
     
  3. Thefoodman52

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    YEEAAAAAHH!! FINALLY!!!
     
  4. ekyle

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    Haha, nice
     
  5. bluenova

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    I still get the old docs here. Is this another one of those things where GAFYD users get it months later?
     
  6. ekyle

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    They said they're "rolling it out" so it will hit all users within a couple of days to a couple of week. I haven't gotten it yet lol
     
  7. pool_shark

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    I use Documents to go. Two updates ago they added a google docs feature.
     
  8. ekyle

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    Does it support bulleted lists? That's been my problem. I tried QuickOffice to no avail. Same with Evernote and SpringPad. Watching the video it looks like bullets are supported. You can't beat free :)
     
  9. pool_shark

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    Docs to go has bullets, numbering, bold, indents, underscore, strike through, etc.
    It's $15, but I want to be able to edit and create locally without having to depend on having a good signal to access Google docs.
     
  10. sergey

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    Actually they had a sale on it a while back and I picked it up for $5 or $10 or whatever. With Google docs coming out maybe they might drop the price permanently.
     
  11. pool_shark

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    No fair.
    The $15 was a sale too, the normal price, if I'm not mistaken is $30.
     
  12. ekyle

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    Very true. I might check it out if the price does drops. I'm waiting for the next wave of phones that don't use apps, only web apps lol
     
  13. Benjie

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    Try editing a spreadsheet with this website. It fails horribly. Try the same spreadsheet with DTG/Google Docudrunk and you will see it works.
     

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