Google Spreadsheets pushing Web 2.0 limits

June 6th, 2006 leonard

Google is pushing browser capabilities to the limit again by launching Google Spreadsheets – a Web 2.0 implementation.  The sharing capabilities are really Google Spreadsheetsneat and allows you to share spreadsheets, similar to sharing Google Calendars.  You can upload Excel spreadsheets as well.  Google is not the first and at this time not the best on-line spreadsheet service: It is still in alpha (Google Labs) and by invitation only, but it’s really good to get a player like Google in the game because it will certainly help put pressure on Microsoft to reconsider it’s MS Office licensing strategy.

Some other on-line spreadsheet service providers:

One Response to “Google Spreadsheets pushing Web 2.0 limits”

  1. Arvind Says:

    Thanks for the heads up on Zoho Sheet :-)

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