If we were creating our own cloud service mega-corp and had our own mobile platform, one of the first things we'd do is make a fully optimized mobile app for every one of our services. Sadly, we don't own a controlling interest in Google, but the Internet juggernaut is making an effort to integrate all of its cloud services with Android phones and tablets. This week's example is Google Docs. The ability to create, edit, and share documents using a single cloud application is a major draw to many people. Just the ability to access your documents from any web browser is a major benefit to Google Docs, but the Android app has been lacking some features for tablet users, like a capable UI, until recently.
Google Docs makes our App of the Week primarily for the level of access it provides to your Google Docs library. Any documents or spreadsheets you've created or saved can be opened within the Google Docs app or other third-party document apps you have on your Android device. Google Docs will also let you capture an image using your device's camera and upload it as a document. You can easily share documents with other Google accounts or simply attach them to an email.
Google Docs is available as a free download from the Android Marketplace.