Google announced on Wednesday that it is bringing Google Docs editing support to the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. The new editing features will work in the Mobile Safari Web browser, and should be available with in the next few days.
According to Google, users will be able edit documents and users on other devices will see the changes in near real time, and work with text documents and spreadsheets without requiring any special software.
Google Docs editing will require iOS 3.0 or higher, and Android OS users running version 2.2 or higher can take advantage of the new features, too.
Google Docs requires a free Google account.