Use Google Docs with Syncdocs to Access your Data Anywhere
If you install Syncdocs on multiple PC’s then they can all use Google as a central data repository. Any change you make on one PC is Synced to the rest.
Use it if you have multiple devices.
Or use it if you want to share with others, and not have to worry about their hardware or even file format!
There’s only one version of your doc, not many email attachments to collate.
A Document takes a Journey
Your document is accessible on almost any device with a web connection.
- 7 devices,
- 6 operating systems,
- 6 document editors
- 1 document on the Google cloud
It starts out on Microsoft Word 2010 on Windows 7
Gets uploaded to Google Docs and edited in Mozilla
Then an iPhone user makes an edit
Then an Amazon Kindle user
Then someone running Windows XP and Internet Explorer uses Google Docs
The same XP user uses Syncdocs to sync and makes an edit in Microsoft Wordpad
Another user uses Syncdocs under Ubuntu Linux and makes an edit in Open Office Writer
Yet another user is running Syncdocs on XP and Office 2003
Finally Syncdocs merges back onto Vista and Microsoft Office 2007
And Word can track all these changes
Now its your turn
The document above is shared on: http://goo.gl/pPkE1
Please edit it on your device and send us a screenshot to add. We’ll see how many unique devices we can run it on. Android and MacOS come to mind for starters…