Google Drive, the company’s new cloud service, has been available for a few months now, and is available on Android and iOS. But the apps have been pretty limited in their functionality, especially the iOS app which, until today, was unable to edit documents on the go.
Today Google introduces a significant update to both apps, bringing folder creation and improved file management, along with table editing, comments support and more. The apps are finally able to work with Google Cloud Print service (though we don’t know how popular it will be) and a better Google Presentations experience.
Google Drive is one of the cheapest cloud storage services, and if you’re already entrenched in the Google ecosystem it makes sense to use it.