One of the first apps Google probably should have updated to support Honeycomb is Google Docs. Google Docs, Google’s service that allows a user to make documents, spreadsheets, and presentations and store them in the cloud, has been growing since it first started in beta, and I know many people who are starting to use it more and more because of its convenient cloud storage and collaboration features, not to mention it’s free.
Today Google has updated their Google Docs for Android app to support Honeycomb tablets. Before, the app supported Honeycomb tablets, but didn’t have a special-designed UI, and therefore was kind of annoying and clunky to use. So for all you tablet users out there that use Google Docs, your productivity from your tablet just increased dramatically. The new UI is a three panel design, similar to gmail, and does all the basic features one would expect out of Google Docs. The update also added landscape mode and autocomplete for easier sharing. Go grab it in the Market, and be sure to check back with TheDroidGuy for the latest apps and updates.