The big G just revamped
its mobile device interface of Google Docs
to make it closer to the full-fledged experience you get when editing from a proper computer -- you know, something that probably has a keyboard, a big display, and a price that didn't come with any two year agreements. Now that top shelf interface is also available on one of those devices that fits somewhere in-between those two segments: the iPad
. Users of Apple's tablet can opt into the desktop version for big-time editing of spreadsheets and documents and, while Google still recommends using the mobile editor, if you want full power it's yours.