Last week, we caught a blog post that Google wasn’t supposed to publish yet. In it, the company announced that it would soon bring editing features to the Google Drive app for iOS. Monday, Google made these updates official and Google Drive for iPhone and iPad does now indeed allow you to edit documents, just as you can already do with the Android app. Once you install the update, you can create new documents, edit existing ones, and format text. In addition, you can now also view Google presentations on your iOS device. Read the full story at Tech Crunch.
Google Updates Google Drive For iOS With Editing Features
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