ZDNet App Wrap: 6 February 2012

ZDNet App Wrap: 6 February 2012

Summary: There are always cool new apps coming out, so it's hard to keep up. ZDNet Australia brings you a taste of some of the apps that have surfaced or been updated recently.


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    Google Docs

    Price: Free
    Platform: Android

    If you've ever wanted access to a document on Google Docs, but haven't had any coverage, then this update is for you. Google has updated its Google Docs app so that you can select any file in Google Docs to make it available offline. It automatically updates offline files when you're on Wi-Fi, or you can manually update files any time you have a connection by opening the file or tapping "update" from the app's offline section. The company has also improved the app for those using tablets. Tablet users will get high-resolution versions of the documents.

  • (Credit: Captive8)


    Price: Free
    Platform: iOS (iPhone)

    Tropfest, Australia's very own short-film festival (well, one of them) now has its own official app! Not only does it provide information on this year's festival, such as session times, film-maker bios and maps, but you also get over 20 hours of Tropfest short films streamed to your phone.

Topics: Android, Apple, Apps, Google, iPhone, Mobility, BlackBerry

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