A few weeks ago I wrote an article about how to create a form or survey in Google Documents for the purposes of collecting contact information and other data. But recently I discovered a similar feature in the iOS version of Apple's Numbers '09. In this mobile version of the app, you can use a form to collect data, which automatically fills the rows of an adjoining spreadsheet.
Google today updated Google Drive for iOS with an optional passcode lock. The feature means you can now protect your documents with a 4-digit code. You can download the new version now directly from Apple’s App Store. It’s odd the G... Read Post
Google today released the new version of Chrome for iOS. With this update, it is bringing a number of features that were previously only available in the Android app to Apple's iPhone and iPad. Read Post