Google Doc now supports Google Doc, as well as many other Google services.
This means you can now easily create, edit, and share documents that you can access from Google Doc and other Google apps.
You can even sync documents to Google Drive or another file system, so you can edit, share, and collaborate on your documents in a similar way to Dropbox or OneDrive.
The Google Doc apps are still limited to the most basic document editing features, but you can create, import, and delete documents from Google Drive and other file systems, or import from any file-sharing app, including Google Doc.
The Doc apps will be available starting tomorrow, and are not yet available for iOS or Android devices.
Google Doc supports the same Google services as its desktop counterpart, and it includes support for offline collaboration, search, and editing.
Google is also adding support for the Google Drive API, allowing you to store and retrieve documents from your Drive account.
The only remaining missing feature is support for document editing on the Google Doc Mobile app, which will be announced soon.
Google has also been working on a unified search experience that will include all Google services, so Google Doc will continue to be able to search for, and find, documents on its own.