Adding to the flurry of updates on its popular file storage service that is Google Drive, Google is announcing an update today that will allow users to edit spreadsheets on their mobile devices. This is definitely good news for many Google Drive users. Google previously updated its Google Drive app for iOS and Android to support document editing. Yet, those who use spreadsheets a lot have been praying for the feature since the beginning.
Just in time for the holiday season, the spreadsheet editing feature lets users switch fonts, resize columns, sort data, and view edits to shared spreadsheets in real time. Google also says that its Drive mobile app now supports better text formatting when copying and pasting on documents. Users can also edit text inside tables in documents and add a shortcut on the homescreen of their device to any specific file in the app. You can get the app from the App Store and Google Play. Today’s announcement comes after Google improved the Google Drive integration on Gmail.
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