AppleInsider reports that Google has launched three new standalone iOS apps that enable the user to edit and create Google Docs, Sheets and Slides on their iPhone.
Previously, Googleâ€™s Drive app was the only first-party means of accessing Google Docs on your iPhone or iPad, and Google says that it introduced these three new apps because so many customers were asking for them.
As AppleInsider notes, Google may also have been prompted to launch these new apps by the arrival of Microsoft Office 365 for iPad, which left Google Docs trailing behind both Office and Appleâ€™s iWork suite as a choice for those users who want to edit documents on the go.
Docs and Sheets are both available now for free from the app store, and Slides will be available very soon.
Click here to download Docs: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/google-docs/id842842640?mt=8
Click here for Sheets: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/google-sheets/id842849113?mt=8
Source: Google unveils standalone iOS apps for editing Google Docs, Sheets & Slides