list of different google apps and features
Google offers the following individual apps for Android and iOS phones and tablets. Key features are listed for each app.
Google Drive :
The Drive app lets users:
1)Preview files, including PDF, Microsoft Office, and image files.
2)Upload files stored in the mobile device, including images and videos.
3)Scan documents using the device’s camera (Android only). The images are automatically turned into PDFs, which are then stored in My Drive.
4)Organize files and folders.
Google Docs :
This app can be used for:
1)Editing Microsoft Word and Google Docs documents, including typing and deleting text and applying basic formatting (text size, fonts, colors, etc).
2)Sharing documents with other users.
3)Inserting tables and comments.
Google Sheets :
The Google Sheets app lets users handle the following tasks:
1)Opening and editing spreadsheets created in Google Sheets or Microsoft Excel.
2)Creating and editing formulas.
3)Applying limited formatting (fonts background colors, borders, justification, number formats, etc.).
It’s possible to view charts in the Sheets app, but chart creation is not supported. In addition, there is no AutoSum button, meaning there is no way to automatically apply functions to cells or groups of cells.
Google Slides :
The Google Slides mobile app has a limited feature set:
1)Editing text in PowerPoint or Slides presentations.
2)Previewing the presentations
3)Reviewing and editing speaker notes.
4)Adding new slides.
5)Adding images, shapes, and text boxes (PowerPoint only)
It’s not yet possible to insert or edit animations or other more sophisticated formatting and features.
Sharing and printing:
Docs, Sheets, and Slides allow users to share files or links to files with other Google accounts. Printing from a mobile device can be done through Google Cloud Printing, but setup is required (see the section about printing, later in this chapter).
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