After we saw a few random tweets suggesting this update was coming, today Google has just issued a rather large update to their popular Google Drive application for both Android and iOS. The change-log is rather long and Google's added an entire host of new features to the cloud storage and document service. Lets take a peek.
The update actually brought a host of about 10 new features but some are smaller than others. Among the important ones are full folder integration. You can now create, edit, and even comment on folders. Then they have presentation slide viewing. Then they've added multiple filters for sorting through files, documents, folders and other options.
The presentation feature has a lot of improvements. You can now swipe between slides and have much more control than before, which should make many users extremely happy. Google now allows for users to view tables in Google Drive. Here's a quick video.
Tablet support has been improved as well as the option for truly fullscreen mode on all devices -- something I've been waiting for myself for quite awhile. Last but certainly not least Google is looking to get us excited by teasing real native editing app wide and the upcoming update that should add real-time collaboration between employees or team members for a given document or presentation. Hit the Play Store link below for the all new app.