Google announces Docs works offline

Yet another scratch in Microsoft’s armor. Here’s a video of Google Product Manager Ken Norton showing off the new features, released today.

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Comments

  1. Great to know they are finally coming out with this. I can actually start looking at this solution to see if it I can get away from using Office in our office ;-) That should be and interesting test…

  2. Great to know they are finally coming out with this. I can actually start looking at this solution to see if it I can get away from using Office in our office ;-) That should be and interesting test…

  3. Yuvi, totally agree. Buzzword is sensational. I don’t know what anyone sees in Google Docs. It’s just a WYSWYG HTML editor.

    With Buzzword and Photoshop Express, Adobe is showing it is a very serious contender in the online apps arena.

    And they have the best interface design by miles.

  4. Yuvi, totally agree. Buzzword is sensational. I don’t know what anyone sees in Google Docs. It’s just a WYSWYG HTML editor.

    With Buzzword and Photoshop Express, Adobe is showing it is a very serious contender in the online apps arena.

    And they have the best interface design by miles.