Rumors about an amazing Office solution designed by Google are quickly spreading on the Internet as Google continues to improve its existing solutions or plan to develop other services that can be included into an Office suite. Today, the company announced Google Apps now includes Docs & Spreadsheets, an interoperability that increases the speculations regarding the Office tool. As you know, Docs is an online service designed to help you create, edit and share documents using a web-based interface. Using the Google Apps compatibility,
Docs & Spreadsheets is now able to provide the same powerful functions to enterprise customers looking for solutions designed for business use.
"Google Apps lets you offer private-labeled email, instant messaging and calendar accounts to everyone in your organization so they can share ideas and work more effectively. As of today, Google Apps now includes Docs & Spreadsheets. The Google Apps version works just like the Docs & Spreadsheets you know and love but with a few special new features like the ability to publish a document only to your co-workers and support for making everyone in your company a collaborator. Everything is hosted by Google, and no hardware or software is required," David Kuettel & Isaac Shum, Software Engineers, Google Docs & Spreadsheets, sustained in a blog post.
Yesterday, Google revealed a new flavor of the Google App especially designed for premium users, the company deciding to change its name from Apps for your Domain to just App. In the past, the search giant offered clear signs regarding an Office solution, many users reporting the company prepares a presentation tool to be included in the suite. Google published a document containing all the details about Presently, a presentation utility similar with Microsoft's PowerPoint, sustaining it will be available soon but will be unavailable for Opera's users.