Google Drive users on iOS will be happy to hear that the app has just been updated to support multiple uploading functionalities. Albeit the update was not officially announced, a quick check of the app on iTunes reveals an update to version 1.2.2 dated January 28th. Apart from the capability to upload multiple photos and videos on iOS, version 1.2.2 also allows QuickOffice users to open and save back to Drive. As for Docs, Helvetica Neue has been added to the list of supported fonts. Furthermore, Google Sheets now supports diagonal scrolling and cell formatting, and Slides now adds a pinch-to-zoom functionality as well as improvements to animations and slideshows. The update is now live and users can download the update automatically on their device or manually by visiting the App Store.
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