Google Brings Native MS Office Editing Features To Its IOS Productivity Apps, Launches Slides For IOS
Google is closing the loop on bringing support for natively editing Microsoft Office files to all of productivity apps today. The company’s iOS apps for Docs and Sheets are getting a couple of minor new features and design updates today, but most importantly, these apps will now also be able to natively open, edit and save files from Microsoft’s Office suite. After launching the original standalone apps for Google Docs and Sheets on iOS a few months ago, it was only a matter of time before Google would also free its PowerPoint competitor Slides from the Google Drive app. With this, Google now offers its full suite of productivity apps on all of its major platforms, including Android, iOS, Chrome OS and the web.
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