Google Drive Gets Updated, Supports Opening Files in Drive-Enabled Apps

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  • 29 Jun 2012
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  • Google I/O brought us a ton of updates for many famous Google apps, like YouTube, Google+, Google Maps and Google Drive. The latter is the one we’re detailing here… The software reached version 1.1.1.6 on June 28th 2012 and it requires Android 2.1 or later. This app is free and takes up around 5MB of storage.

    It allows you to store all your vital files in one place, in the cloud, so you can access them whenever and wherever and work on them with other people. Using Google Drive for Android you can access photos, documents, videos and other files stored on this service. The recent update brings the app a speed and performance boost, plus some UI enhancements. There’s a new detail panel on handsets, that makes it easier to share stuff and add collaborators.

    The app now supports opening files in Google Drive enabled apps and there’s an option included now for resuming canceled downloads from where they left off. You can also double click to edit in the documents editor. Another other things you can do with Google Drive there’s changing spreadsheets, viewing PDF files, uploading and converting files to Google Docs and converting a photo of printed text to a Google document. You can download the updated Google Drive from here.

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