Google today introduced a new Google Slides app for the iPhone to match both Google Docs and Google Sheets, putting it in a position to much better take on business-oriented iOS software application suites from both Apple and Microsoft. With Slides, Google now provides apps for creating word-based documents, spreadsheets, and presentations directly on the iPhone.
Slides is designed to allow users to develop, modify, and collaborate with other users on presentations from the iPhone, iPad, or desktop. The app enables users to develop brand-new discussions or edit existing discussions, and it’s possible to share discussions with others in addition to deal with a single discussion with multiple individuals at the same time. Like other Google apps, Slides conserves instantly and works offline.
Along with launching Slides, Google has actually also upgraded both Docs and Sheets with support for Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel, respectively, allowing users to open and edit Microsoft documents with Google apps. Slides is also able to open Microsoft PowerPoint files.

Here’s the rundown on what you can now finish with Docs, Sheets, and Slides:

You can genuinely get stuff done from any gadget– your iPhone, iPad, Android phone, Android tablet, laptop or computer. Any modification you make on any of these gadgets is saved instantly, so you can get right where you ended at any time, anywhere that you can sign in.

The Docs, Sheets and Slides apps include offline editing built right in. Just make the files you want to edit offered offline. Any changes you make offline get automatically synced when you reconnect, just like when you make offline edits from your computer system.

And while transforming Workplace files to Docs, Sheets and Slides is a cinch, the new iPhone/iPad apps likewise let you modify Office files directly– just like on the Android apps and the web.

All three of Google’s efficiency apps can be downloaded from the App Store at no expense.

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