by May 6, 2014 0 comments

Google released standalone mobile apps for documents, spreadsheets and presentations for iOS and Android devices — just a few weeks after Microsoft released its Office suite for Apple’s iPad.

Both Google Docs and Sheets now have apps that operate independently from the Google Drive app, giving users an easier way to access and create important documents. The free apps — Docs, Sheets and, soon, Slides — are available for Android and iOS devices. They also feature offline support so users can view, edit and create files even when a Net connection is not available.

The Google apps show the most recently edited files first, and users can collaborate on documents. The files are stored on Google Drive.

The release of the apps makes users a bit more independent of Google Drive, in that document, spreadsheet and eventually presentation creation and editing can be conducted with Google tools separately from the Drive app. Google will subtly remind users about the standalone apps when creating a new document through the existing Drive app. Below are the links to download the app.

Google Docs
App Store
Play Store

Google Sheets
iOS 
Android

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