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Google Docs is getting better and better

Posted on: April 1, 2008

First it was the availability of Google Docs in 8 Indic languages: Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Oriya, Tamil, and Telugu. These languages are spoken by hundreds of millions of people, many of whom live in India, Sri Lanka, and other countries in South East Asia.image + Hebrew and Arabic. With this launch, Docs now support 48 languages.


Next was the new toolbars and menus.


and now it’s GO OFFLINE !!!

Google has been trying to get Docs offline since it came up with Google Gears .. but at that time you only could star the documents offline; But now you can view and edit existing documents though you cannot create new document while you are offline. And changes that you make to the documents locally will automatically get synched to Google Docs the next time you connect to the Internet. No support for offline access to presentations or spreadsheets.

Here’s a video –

And video embeds – you can insert YouTube videos in Google Docs or upload video clips from the hard drive.

Cool eh.?


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