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Google Releases Docs and Sheets Apps for Android and iOS

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Apr 30, 2014, 11:53 AM   by Eric M. Zeman
updated Apr 30, 2014, 12:06 PM

Google today made available stand-alone Google Docs and Google Sheets applications for mobile devices running Android and iOS, including smartphones and tablets. Previously, Docs and Sheets were bundled inside the Google Drive application. The free applications allow users to create, open, and edit documents and spreadsheets; share documents with others; work online or offline; and add/respond to comments. Documents and spreadsheets will automatically be saved as they are created and synced to users' online Google Drive for safekeeping. Google Docs and Google Sheets for Android and iOS are free, though Google does charge nominal fees for online storage. Google said its Google Drive product can still be used to organize and open/edit Docs and Sheets, as well. A mobile slideshow presentation app will be available soon. Google continues to offer QuickOffice, which can be used to open/edit Google documents, as well as Microsoft Office documents.

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