As of today, Google documents supports web fonts (using the Google Font API) and Google announces six new fonts. All modern browsers now support the ability to download web fonts. A web font doesn’t need to be installed on your local computer. The font can be read directly from a web server and used immediately on the webpage that you’re loading. Our new design is using also Web Fonts. Among the new fonts for Google Docs is the Droid family of fonts (photo) that Google already features on Android. More details on the Google blog.
Yesterday Google announced that mobile editing capabilities for Google Docs are coming to the Android platform and the Apple iPad.
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