Google Adds Editing Capabilities to Mobile Spreadsheet
Google has added a number of new features to the mobile version of its Spreadsheet program. The biggest change includes the ability for end users to edit spreadsheets from their mobile phone. Users can also view, sort, and filter spreadsheets on a variety of mobile devices. Some of the devices supported include the HTC G1, the iPhone and iPod touch, and phones running Nokia Symbian S60. Any changes made from these devices are reflected in the spreadsheet next time it is opened from a desktop browser.
Google Releases Docs and Sheets Apps for Android and iOS
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.
Google Calendar, Sheets, Now On Tap Gain New Tools
Google has updated a slew of its mobile apps this week, adding new features to Google Calendar, Sheets, and Now On Tap for Android devices. To start, Google Calendar made it easy to see when you're free when scheduling a new event.
Google Hits Refresh on Docs, Sheets, Slides for Android
Google has updated all three of its Android productivity apps with a focus on notifications. For example, people will now see notifications within their Google Drive Android app whenever someone mentions them in a comment or shares a document with them directly.
Send Places from Google Maps to Your iPhone
Google recently provided an update to its Maps app for iOS that adds the ability to send places from Maps on a desktop to an iPhone. The feature, which has been available to Android phones for several months, requires iPhone owners to enable notifications for Maps.