Google Drive iOS And Android Apps Get New Features

By: Chris Crum - September 10, 2012

Google announced a few updates for its Google Drive apps for iOS and Android.

The iOS app has added the ability to edit documents, a feature that has been available on the Android app for some time. Additionally, on the iOS app, you can now view presentations on an iPhone or iPad and create new folders, move files into folders and upload files from your device directly in the drive app.

Google Docs on iOS

On Android, users can now add comments reply to existing comments and view tables in Google Docs. Users will also get the same presentation viewing and organization features as the iOS update.

Google says native editing and real-time collaboration for spreadsheets are on the way.

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