Google has rolled out a tiny update for the Google Docs app to let it work better with the Android Honeycomb based tablets.
Google Docs allows caching documents on the phone and tablets. On the Google Docs app, one can also create word files and spreadsheets with photos and videos attached inside the documents.
The new Google Docs app brings a 3-panel interface for the Honeycomb tablets for better navigation and browsing through the documents. The three panel interface appears like Microsoft Outlook or the Twitter app for Mac.
Amongst the three panels, there is a details panel that shows the thumbnail and the sharing panel. Besides that, the Honeycomb tablet users can now use Google Docs in portrait or landscape view mode as per their wishes. That does make quite a lot of difference for the different screen size and orientation bearing tablets.
Along with the new interface, the autocomplete system has been tweaked for better sharing experience. The new Google Docs app now supports 46 languages on the Android Honeycomb tablets.
The new update for Google Docs is now available for download in the Android Market.