January 3, 2011 2 Comments
“Google is rolling out a much-awaited feature for its hosted applications: the ability for people to use them even when they aren’t connected to the Internet.
The first application to get this offline access will be the word processor, said Ken Norton, Google Docs product manager. ‘The design goal is to create a seamless experience, with or without an Internet connection,’ he said.
Over the next three weeks or so, Google will turn on the feature for all word processor users, giving them the ability to view and edit documents while offline. During the same time period, Google Docs’ spreadsheet will gain offline ability for viewing, but not editing, documents.” Click here to read more…
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