Google has updated their Google Docs for Android application and has made the application available in over 46 languages! So it's no excuse for you not to use the Google Docs language now, I'm pretty sure your language should be covered in one of the 46 languages supported there. But that's not the most important addition to this new version.
This new version adds a new Google Docs Web Clipboard feature which allows you to easily copy or send an image that you have taken from the Gallery to the Web Clipboard and insert them to a Google Document. The steps are very simple:
- From the Docs widget on your Android device, tap the Camera icon
- Snap a photo and then select "Send To Web Clipboard" and tap OK
- Open any Google Document from your computer and click the web clipboard icon and select the item to paste into your document.
That's all there is to it! Other new features in this version includes the ability to open your documents with any compatible viewer application and also the ability to send a document as an attachment through email or another app on your phone (such as twitter for example).
You can grab the latest Google Docs for Android at the link below:
Google Docs For Android - Android Market