Apr 29 2011
Google Docs is a popular free office suit from Google, providing a web based interface and cloud based storage to let you create and edit Documents and Spreadsheets through any online device With a web browser.
It is possible to access your Google Docs files using the default browser on the iPhone but it’s a little restrictive on the iPhone’s small screen, but there is a free app which makes this process easy.
NoteMaster Lite is a free word processor for the iPhone which is easy to use and provides Google Doc synchronisation.
NoteMaster Lite is a Competent word processor in it’s own right with the ability to add pictures, bullets hyperlinks and numbering to documents.
In the settings section in the App you can add your Google Docs login credentials, this will create a new sync folder in your Google account and when you click on the app’s sync button any document in the sync folder gets copied to your iPhone and any updated document gets copied back to your google docs folder. The facility to email documents is also provided.
This also allows you to work on your documents offline without an active data connection.