For Google, their Docs endeavor was meant to make creating documents of all sorts, from text to spreadsheets, easier, and more accessible. No longer did you need to pay extra money for extra software. Just load up the web application, and you're able to create a document right there and then. But, for the mobile world, doing that wasn't all that possible. Until now. Google has just announced that they've made the mobile version of Google Docs now easier, and now you can even edit documents while on the go.
Google's New Document Editor now supports editing in your mobile Browser. Of course, there are a few limitations. Google is rolling out the new document editor for mobile over the next few days, and it will be only available for English-language users at first. It will also only be supported for Android devices that are running Android 2.2 (FroYo), or iOS devices with version 3.0 or later, which includes the iPad. Of course, Google will be adding more support for more languages later.
Check out the video below to see it in action.