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iPhone, T-Mobile G1 gain Google Spreadsheet editing

updated 01:10 pm EST, Fri February 13, 2009

Mobile Google Spreadsheets

Google has introduced new mobile editing capabilities for its online Spreadsheets application. While a number of phones have previously been able to view Google documents, editing has typically been locked; the first phones to receive editing options are Nokia's S60 series, Apple's iPhone and the T-Mobile G1, so far the only device based on Google's Android platform. The iPhone is also closely associated with Google, mainly as a result of its Google Maps application.

Once users have loaded a Spreadsheets document on a phone, rows can be altered through links, and columns can be organized through overlay screens. The iPhone implementation is said to be broken however, leading to problems in which edit links may not work. Editing functions are also currently limited to Spreadsheets, with no sign of when other Google Docs tools may open up.

by MacNN Staff



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