The users who prefer working on Google Docs, especially on mobile devices but get annoyed by some unexpectedly failed Internet connections – Google just announced some useful updates. The company unveiled an update allowing Android device owners to keep working on their files from Google Docs even offline, which is useful in places without connection or for people who want to make the best out of their long hours spent while traveling.
The user can select any file in Google Docs and make it available offline to keep editing. To make things even better, the new feature in Google Docs app allows offline files to be automatically updates when the tablet finds a Wi-Fi connection. There is of course the option to update the files manually, as the user can open the file he or she know he altered and then to tap Update option form the Offline section of the app.
In addition, Google announces of improving the Google Docs experience for the tablet owners, by delivering an enhanced layout. “Now, when you open a Google document on your tablet while online, you’ll get a high-resolution version of the document. Swipe left and right to flip between pages, or use the slider at the bottom to page ahead quickly,” writes a post on Google Mobile blog.
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