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Fresh Android Apps for Apr. 28: Google Docs, Wuala

by Ian Black

Today’s fresh apps are all about docs. Rejoice in the release of Google Docs as an app and get secure with the Wuala document cloud.

Google Docs (Free)

Holy collaboration, Batman! Google has just released the elusive Google Docs app for Android.

Now you can access all your Google docs right over your phone or tablet. Just as you do with a PC, you can create, edit, upload, and share documents with others from this app.

You’ll find all the features you know and love as well as some special phone features like – sharing docs with phone contacts and, best of all, the ability to take a picture of a doc with your phone’s camera and instantly convert it into an editable Google doc.

Wuala (Free)

Need document security but would like to take advantage of the cloud? Wuala to the rescue!

Wuala encrypts your saved docs right on your phone and never transmits your password. Unlike other services – says the description – the Wuala cloud never has access to your unencrypted documents. In addition to this Android app, Wuala works with Windows, Mac, and Linux computers and allows you to synchronize files across all those systems.

You’ll need a free Wuala account to use this app and you can create that at www.wuala.com.

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