Google Drive for Android receives a huge update
Google’s own cloud storage service, Google Drive, is one hell of a service. It allows for great collaboration and provides a whole host of utilities to work together and share files and documents.
The Android application, however, was not up to par with the desktop version. But this is about to change. Google has today updated the Google Drive application (which was developed in Australia) to now include most of the desktop features on your Android device.
You now have the ability to:
- Create folder, upload to folder and move to folder
- Filter folder contents by file type
- Auto-sync pinned content while on 3G
- 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
- Resume interrupted uploads
Google has also stated in the change-log that there will be a richer Google Presentation viewing experience.
To grab the update head over to the Google Play store and hit the update(or install) button. You won’t regret it.
Do you use Google Drive as your cloud storage operator?