Google Adds Spreadsheet Editing Feature To Drive iOS & Android Apps

Google Adds Spreadsheet Editing Feature To Drive iOS & Android Apps
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It seems that Google Drive is on an updating spree. Yesterday we reported that Gmail and Google Drive users can attach files up to 10GB and today we have new news related to the Drive mobile apps. Google has added editing capabilities to spreadsheet on its Drive mobile apps for iOS and Android.

The latest version of Google Drive lets you create a new spreadsheet or edit existing ones. You can switch fonts, resize columns, sort data, and do more. You’ll also be able to see other people’s edits in real time as they’re made.

Google Adds Spreadsheet Editing Feature To Drive iOS & Android Apps

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Apart from the editing capability, Google has also included better text formatting when pasting content from one Drive document to another. Android users can now edit text within tables and can add a shortcut on the homescreen of the device to any specific file in the Drive.

It’s strange that this feature was not present in Drive app till now, but as they say, it’s better late than never. Drive users will surely find this new addition as very useful.

The updated Google Drive app can now be downloaded from iTunes app store and Google Play Store.

(Via: Google Drive Blog)

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