Google Docs now supports iPhone X, iPad's drag and drop

Google Docs now supports iPhone X, iPad’s drag and drop


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Google today updated its suite of Docs apps to add support for the iPhone X’s Super Retina HD display and iPad’s drag and drop. The latest versions of Docs, Sheets, and Slides also play nicely with iOS 11.

Despite being one of Apple’s biggest rivals, Google is quick to support the company’s latest software and devices. It has already updated some of its apps for iPhone X and iOS 11; now the Docs suite is getting some attention.

Docs looks good on iPhone X

The latest versions of Docs, Sheets, and Slides all take advantage of the larger space offered by iPhone X’s stunning edge-to-edge display. And if you have an iPad compatible with drag and drop in iOS 11, they now support that, too.

That means you can drag content from Docs into Sheets, from Sheets into Slides, or from any Docs app to any other app. The suite has also been updated for iOS 11, so any bugs you were running into before should have been quashed.

Download Docs from the App Store

The latest updates for Docs, Sheets, and Slides are available to download from the App Store now.


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