Google has announced that it will be bringing editing functions to its Google Docs service for mobile devices.
The internet search giant has announced that the ability to edit files in its cloud-based Docs service will soon be offered on mobile phones, tech news site PCR reports.
Google revealed the news while hosting the yearly Google Atmosphere event in Paris, France, attended by more than 300 IT industry experts. The event is dedicated to cloud-based applications and computing.
The event also celebrated nearly 30 million people signing up for its Docs cloud services.
"Today we demonstrated new mobile editing capabilities for Google Docs on the Android platform and the iPad. In the next few weeks, co-workers will soon be able to co-edit files simultaneously from an even wider array of devices," said the president of the enterprise division at Google in a company’s blogpost.
Google has added an interesting line of editing features to Docs for mobile devices, however, no release date or specific details have been revealed as of now.