Google Drive update arrives on iOS and Android
Android version of the app, so now we’re seeing Google perform a little little bit of catch-up with the iOS version.
Google has also given iOS users the power to “create a brand new document, edit an existing one or format text,” with this latest iteration of Google Drive, in addition to the facility to look edits made by others in real time. That is not all though, as iOS users can now view Google presentations in full-screen mode on their iDevices, in addition to create folders, move content between those freshly-created folders, and upload stuff like photos and video directly from their device. Not too bad.
The company has released a brand new video previewing all the belongings you can do with Google Drive in your Android or iOS device. Interestingly, Google Drive users should be ready to create and edit spreadsheets sooner or later sooner or later, but Google makes it clear inside the video that spreadsheet functionality is just not yet available on iOS and Android. Something to see forward to, we suppose. Check out the video below to get a higher idea of all you are able to do with Google Drive for mobile devices.
Of course, Google isn’t about to depart Android users out within the cold, as their app have been updated too. The Android update to Google Drive is rather less substantial than the iOS update, with numerous new features centering around posting and replying to comments. Android users also now have an identical presentation capabilities as their iOS counterparts, and Google promises that more – including “native editing and real-time collaboration for Google spreadsheets” – is at the way soon. This update is obtainable now on both the iOS App Store and the Google Play Store, so Google Drive users can be at liberty to move and download it.
[via Google Drive Blog]