All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Google Docs’

Google Offers Offline Editing and Drive for iOS

Back in April Google introduced Drive, a safe place for us to save, share, and create all kinds of thing. Today, at the Google I/O conference they introduced a couple things we’ve all been waiting for. The first thing is Drive for iOS. Now there’s a Drive app. for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. So Apple fans can finally take …

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Want To Build Google Drive Apps? Watch This Video

Among all the product announcements and app updates from Google I/O, it’s easy to forget the developers. The people at Google I/O are there to learn. Those who couldn’t afford tickets or just weren’t fast enough to grab some will have to settle for YouTube videos. Google Drive is one of the more exciting products that Google is building up …

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More Businesses Are Now Going Google [Google I/O]

During Google’s I/O keynote today, the company announced that businesses and governments are now more than ever “Going Google.” By “Going Google,” the company means that these organizations and groups are utilizing Drive, Gmail and the Google Docs suite of software to run their business. Google Chrome has already posted some incredible numbers, but Google Drive is doing not too …

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Collaborate With Dead Literary Giants To Make Some Quirky Google Docs

Back in April, after unveiling their brand new cloud storage service Drive, Google launched a mini campaign called “Gone Google” (or “Go Google”) to promote some of their most popular products – Gmail, Google Calendar, and Google Docs. The point, I assume, is that switching over to all-Google products for your everyday productivity needs means that you’ve “Gone Google.” Since …

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Google Acquires Quickoffice Ahead of Google Docs Dissolution

Quickoffice, maker of productivity software for mobile devices, has been acquired by Google. The acquisition comes at a time when Google is preparing to transfer all files saved with Google Docs, which has been the company’s cloud-based office software, over to Google Drive. While Google Docs might be disappearing, picking up Quickoffice indicates that Google isn’t letting its efforts to …

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Like Google Docs? You Better Get Used To Google Drive Then

Google Docs is pretty amazing. It’s a fully functional word processor on the Web and I, like many Web users, count ourselves among its users. If you find yourself liking Google Docs an awful lot, Google bets that you’ll like Google Drive just as much. It’s the same thing, but it’s bigger and supports more file types. What’s that? You’re …

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Why Google Can Use Knowledge Graph For More Than Search

Google revealed its Knowledge Graph this week, as a way to deliver better search results based on data, with less reliance on keywords. It’s still in the process of rolling out. It’s possible that we may see the Knowledge Graph provide content in other areas throughout the Googleverse, however. Christopher Dawson at ZDNet made a great point about Knowledge Graph, …

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Google Docs Releases New Research Tools

Google is always looking for ways to enhance user experience and they are particularly good at integrating more tools into their existing products. This time they are offering some useful refinements to Google Docs. If you’re a researcher you’re gonna love this. Now when you are composing in Google Docs you will have access to a research pane which can …

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Google Goes Font Crazy, Adds 450 To Google Docs

Tired of Arial, Times New Roman and Courier? Google wants to spruce up your documents with 450 new fonts. “Often the best way to get your point across is to present your idea in a creative, captivating way,” they say in a blog post. “Today, we added over 450 new fonts to Google documents to make it easier for you …

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Google Docs: The Reason Hall & Oates’ “Maneater” Wasn’t “Mangobbler”

Oh man am I glad that they didn’t go with “mangobbler.” As you probably know, Google unveiled their long-awaiting cloud storage service Google Drive yesterday. It offers 5 GB free storage and allows users to rent more, including as package for 1 TB for 50 bucks a month. With the launch of that product, Google has begun a little mini …

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Google Drive Launching Today? Reference Spotted in Google Support

[UPDATE] The rumor was true, and Google Drive has officially launched. See the full story here. [ORIGINAL STORY] Google Drive, Google’s cloud storage service, is inevitable, but its launch is now seemingly imminent, if the various references to the service that keep popping up are any indication. The symbol for Google Drive was seen on a Google developer’s Android phone …

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Google Docs Getting Google Search Spell Check

Google Search has a pretty impressive spell check in place that lets you know if you’ve spelled a word wrong and gives you suggestions as to what word you might have been wanting to spell. Turns out the guys that run Google Docs thought this was pretty cool too as they’re bringing it to Docs. Yew Jin Lim, a software …

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