Google has rolled out another update to the Google Docs Android app that launched originally in April 2011. Essentially, you could edit, view, and create Docs on the go and have it sync with your Google account for access across other Internet-enabled devices.
One new feature included in today’s update is the ability to take photos with your camera and upload it to the “Web Clipboard,” which then allows you to paste the image into a Google Doc. Docs can even be sent as an attachment through email and other apps. Lastly, the app now has support for 45 additional languages, making it easier for Android enthusiasts around the world to use Google Docs with ease. The new update is available only for users running Android 2.1+.
Via [Google Docs Blog]