Google Drive Update Lets You Edit Documents In Landscape On iPhone


If you use Google Drive for iOS, you’ve probably discovered the lack of landscape support when editing a document on your iPhone. Fortunately, that’s no longer an issue, thanks to the app’s latest update — which is available in the App Store now.

Google Drive 1.3.0 was released this morning, and it finally allows you to flip your iPhone on its side while editing a Google Docs documents and get a better view of your content. It’s particularly useful if you’re editing a text document with an external keyboard. You’ll find landscape mode still isn’t available throughout the rest of the Google Drive app, however.

In addition to this, the update makes Google Docs load faster and provides quicker editing support. It also makes some minor bug fixes. You can download the latest release now by hitting the App Store link below.

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