Google has announced that their Google Docs desktop editor is now available on the iPad. If you want to make more style edits like changing a font, or center aligning a paragraph on iPad, you should be using desktop version of the Google Docs.
For basic document editing, it’s recommended to use the mobile friendly version.
The new mobile editor is fast and lightweight, but sometimes you want to make more style edits like changing a font, or center aligning a paragraph. If you’re on an iPad, you can do that by visiting the Desktop version of the document editor.
The desktop version working on the iPad is also especially helpful when you want to do some spreadsheet editing and creation, as shown after the break.
If you want to insert formulas in a Google spreadsheet from your iPad, you can use the same trick. Just click Go to spreadsheet view at the top of the mobile view to try out the full version of Google spreadsheets. You can now insert formulas in from the editable formula bar.
[via Google Blog]