Google’s releasing two new apps for Android and iOS today: Google Docs and Google Sheets, dedicated editors for documents and spreadsheets. Aw yeah.
Both apps are totally offline-enabled, so no connection is needed to edit or create new sheets or documents. There’s also a dedicated app for Slides coming soon, so we’ll be on the lookout for that. For now, the apps don’t seem to do any more than the Drive editor did, but the very fact that they exist probably means we can expect Google to start crafting more fully-featured experiences for these products down the line.
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- Google Relaunches Quickoffice As Free App – New UI And Icon, 10GB Of Free Additional Drive Storage, And More
Google Releases Dedicated Docs And Spreadsheet Apps For Android And iOS, Slides App Coming Soon was written by the awesome team at Android Police.