Google Docs now works much better on the Palm Pre

Posted By on June 28, 2010

Thanks for the tip Dieter Bohn – … Google Docs is much improved on the Palm Pre; it is actually usable now!

 Google Docs on webOS

Fire up Google Docs on your webOS browser and you’ll find a nicer interface, courtesy of Google finally up and getting Document viewing working for Android browsers. The Google Mobile Blog also points out that the service works better on iPhone and iPad as well, but fail to mention webOS. We’re happy to see webOS’s HTML5 browser reap the benefits of Google’ improvements, but we’ll admit that our love for the big G is starting to feel a little unrequited here.

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  • I’ve had my Pre due to the fact shortly right after release and am glad to locate (by means of this forum) that I can now set a ring tone on incoming text messages and can look for by means of e-mails and such. Now is there any hope for an upcoming release through which I can look for my calendar? Would make my occupation a great deal simpler, discovering dates of last appointments. No other complaints, except that yesterday I had been in and out of Sprint service (not unusual). I believe I used to be roaming, and looked at my calendar. Every thing within the calendar was one particular hour earlier than what I had input. The clock was just one hour early as nicely. I used to be scared to death–then, as soon as we got back into Sprint service yet again, everything was normalized. Has this happened to any individual else?? Looking forward to answers, but please remember, I’m no techie and speak English as opposed to technospeak.

  • Tacktoday

    so what’s the link to download onto the pre?please email me at

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