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Has Wave Survived In Google Docs For Android?

When Google Docs added real-time collaboration features to Google Docs for Android last week, we were immediately struck by something: the collaboration options were rather reminiscent of the late, lamented Google Wave. Is this how Wave has survived in the wider world? Google has always said it intended Wave features to be used in other applications, and the latest enhancements, like Wave itself,.
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