Google today released the Android app for its popular cloud-based office suite, Google Docs. The new app enables users to "create, edit, upload and share" documents from their Android-enabled device. Standard features include a document, PDF and image viewer along with the ability to share documents with contacts. The app also includes a simple widget for the home screen featuring three buttons. The widget allows users to easily access their documents list and Starred documents, or create a new document, with the option of using the device's camera and OCR technology to produce a document. The Google Docs app for Android supports Android 2.1 or above and is available for free from the Android Marketplace.