Google has launched an update (1.3.0) for its Google Drive iPhone app. It now includes the ability to edit documents and spreadsheets in landscape.
In addition to that, the app now loads faster and has quicker editing support, according to Google. The update also comes with some minor bug fixes.
The app is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, and requires iOS 5.0 or later. It’s optimized for iPhone 5.
Last week, Google launched Quickoffice for iPhone (as well as Android) to complement an iPad app launched back in December. Edits can be made to files using Quickoffice, and those files can be saved back to Google Drive.