Mobile computing has come of age. Today most of us are virtually living and working online, thanks to cloud computing. However, to make this experience hassle free there are several things that make a contribution. Google Drive is one such place. Here you can create, manage, store, and share all your files, folders, pictures, and other stuff. Google Drive is available across platforms from Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS.
Google announced today that users using their Drive app on iOS devices can edit their Google docs in much the same way as ones with Android app do. This essentially means that from your iPhone or iPad you can edit existing documents or create new ones. You can also format the text in your existing documents. You will also be able to instantly view the changes/edits made by others to the documents. This is not all there other improvements as well! You will, from now, be able to view Google presentations in the full screen mode and also have the ability to swipe slides. The best part is you can also create files, folders, and also upload pictures or videos directly from your device to the drive.
As for the Android device users, Google drive has updated the app for their devices as well. Android device users can now view tables, add comments, or reply to existing comments in Google docs. Plus users also have the added ability to view presentation, store, share files and folders.
Google promises that going forward they plan to introduce even better features to the Drive app. This may include editing in native language and real-time collaboration on spreadsheets.