Google Drive Updated With Google Presentations Support and Other Improvements

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  • 10 Sep 2012
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  • Google Drive lets you create, share, and keep all your documents on the Web, as well as Mac, Windows, Android, and iOS. It has been the online storage choice of many since the initial launch earlier this year. The service is both reliable and comfortable and the storage expansion options can be expanded at very fordable rates. The iOS platform version of Google Drive has been announced and released during Google I/O this year.


    Following the leaked list of upcoming updates, the Google Drive mobile app has been updated for both Android and iOS. The new improvements list for the latest update for Android include the ability to view and comment on presentations as well as to create folders, and upload files to those folders. iOS users will also get the ability to view and comment on presentations and also edit documents within the Google Drive app. Here is the full list of changes for Android:

    • Create folder, upload to folder and move to folder.
    • Filter folder contents by file type.
    • Option to auto-sync pinned content while on 3G.
    • Richer Google Presentations viewing experience.
    • Basic table support in Documents Editor.
    • Create, reply and resolve comments in Documents Editor.
    • View and change fonts in Documents Editor.
    • Pinch to zoom in Documents Editor.
    • Print files using Google Cloud Print.
    • Option to resume interrupted uploads.

    Download Google Drive for free from the Play Store.

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