Although I like the simplicity that gClassFfolders represents, this workflow for iPad and Google Docs is really…

Although I like the simplicity that gClassFfolders represents, this workflow for iPad and Google Docs is really quite elegant.

http://mrsgannon.wordpress.com/2014/02/09/working-with-google-docs/

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  1. I would agree, that it is still little clunky. And until presentations can be easily edited on the iPad, the full suite will not be complete. However, I don’t think Apple much cares if Google Docs work on an iPad. They are much more interested in I work as a collaborative sweet. Google is the one that has to make their apps better, and they have done a good job of the last six months of upgrading a hold bunch. We will see how they can continue to expand the possibilities. With Microsoft office coming out on the iPad within the next six months, I expect that Google will try to compete pretty rigorously in this space.

  2. I would agree, that it is still little clunky. And until presentations can be easily edited on the iPad, the full suite will not be complete. However, I don’t think Apple much cares if Google Docs work on an iPad. They are much more interested in I work as a collaborative sweet. Google is the one that has to make their apps better, and they have done a good job of the last six months of upgrading a hold bunch. We will see how they can continue to expand the possibilities. With Microsoft office coming out on the iPad within the next six months, I expect that Google will try to compete pretty rigorously in this space.

  3. I would agree, that it is still little clunky. And until presentations can be easily edited on the iPad, the full suite will not be complete. However, I don’t think Apple much cares if Google Docs work on an iPad. They are much more interested in I work as a collaborative sweet. Google is the one that has to make their apps better, and they have done a good job of the last six months of upgrading a hold bunch. We will see how they can continue to expand the possibilities. With Microsoft office coming out on the iPad within the next six months, I expect that Google will try to compete pretty rigorously in this space.

  4. I would agree, that it is still little clunky. And until presentations can be easily edited on the iPad, the full suite will not be complete. However, I don’t think Apple much cares if Google Docs work on an iPad. They are much more interested in I work as a collaborative sweet. Google is the one that has to make their apps better, and they have done a good job of the last six months of upgrading a hold bunch. We will see how they can continue to expand the possibilities. With Microsoft office coming out on the iPad within the next six months, I expect that Google will try to compete pretty rigorously in this space.

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