Google Adds Edit, Filter, and Sort to iPhone Optimized Spreadsheet Docs

Looks like Google still isn't done giving us mobile goodness this month. To the list of Gmail Tasks, Latitude, Google Books, and Google (Active)Sync we can now add editing, sorting, and filtering to Google Doc's spreadsheet WebApp. Says Google's blog:

Today, I'm happy to announce that we've made mobile access even better by adding new capabilities with List View for spreadsheets. You can quickly view, edit, sort, and filter your spreadsheets on a variety of mobile devices including Android-powered devices like the T-Mobile G1, the iPhone and iPod touch, and the Nokia S60.

And to think, the month is only half over. Google, what else you got for us? Readers, what else you want?

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Google Adds Edit, Filter, and Sort to iPhone Optimized Spreadsheet Docs


Considering Gmail is using IMAP, push email using IMAP Idle would be sweet.
It does require the iPhone IMAP capabilities to be extended with Idle support, but maybe Google can convince Apple to include that in a future update?

How about simple document editting from iPhones? Hard to believe they can't use the same tech to edit a document as they use to edit a cell in a spreadsheet...

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