I have been transitioning several documents to Google Docs. The article below is good news. So far my preliminary tests show the ability to display but so far not edit text documents on my G1. Intersting that I do see the edit features with spreadsheets. We really need mobile editing of text documents -- it's a pretty large void on Android right now. http://www.wirelessandmobilenews.co...bilities_of_g1_iphone_and_symbain_phones.html Google Spreads Spreadsheet Capabilities of G1, iPhone and Symbain Phones By Contributor Wireless and Mobile News on February 15, 2009 9:58 AM Google added new capabilities to Google Docs for mobile phones that allow user to add new rows, edit existing cells, sort by columns, and filter by terms. Google spreadsheet users don't have to wait until they get to their computer to update a spreadsheet, whether it's an expense tracker, time sheet, or a wine rating spreadsheet. An example of how the sort feature could be used on a mobile is, say if a user has Favorite Wine sheet, the sorting and filtering options could help find the best wine for the meal To try out these new capabilities, go to m.google.com/docs in your mobile browser and log in. IGoogle Apps users may go to docs.google.com/a/your-domain. Enhanced mobile access to spreadsheets is available only Android, iPhone (and iPod touch), and Symbian S60.