Here’s a quick tip for Android users out there.
This slipped under my radar but last month Google released an Android app to use with its Google Docs service.
The layout is fairly simple and you can get at your documents with a simple tap or you can get at your starred documents in a similar fashion.
Now you can edit documents but you will be limited to fairly basic functionality such as general text editing and refreshing the page (which comes in handy when updating spreadsheets containing formulae). It’s not a great substitute for the full experience that you get through a desktop web browser but it works. I find it handy for updating things on the go such as the odometer reading in the car as I often forget to punch the number in once I get back inside the house).
Best of all, its free (like most Google apps) so there’s not much excuse not to download and install it. I’d be interested to see if the functionality is extended on a Honeycomb tablet though (my curiosity will have to hold over until I can get out to JB Hi-Fi and test it out on their tablets).