what are the usage of google apps
Who would have thought that having access to your Google files on the go could be so much fun?
For some, this may seem bizarre. Indeed, I can confirm it’s pure torture trying to draft a letter or enter data into a spreadsheet on a tiny phone screen while seated on a bucking subway train. The mobile formatting options in the Android and iOS apps for Docs, Sheets, and Slides are limited. In addition, many users have reported lag when entering text and performing other functions.
But other features of the Google Drive mobile app-as well as the individual apps for Google Docs, Google Sheets, and Google slides-are quite useful. For people who don’t own a laptop or PC, the mobile apps may be the only available options.
Here’s what you can do with the Google Drive app as well as the individual apps for Docs, Sheets, and Slides:
Review existing documents, spreadsheets, presentations and drawings. This is helpful if you need to review a document on the way to a meeting, and don’t have time to take out your laptop. Files can be opened or previewed from the Google Drive app.
Create new documents and edit existing ones. The latest crop of apps from Google lets users edit documents. While this is convenient for creating new documents and making simple changes, it’s not possible to do serious text entry or editing unless you are using a larger tablet or an attached keyboard. On small-screen devices, text formatting is limited, and many advanced features cannot be accessed.
Turn your phone’s camera into a portable scanner. Google Drive for Android can instantly create PDFs using the camera on your phone or tablet, and save them to your Google Drive account. It’s a great way to make quick records of important documents.
Upload photos and other files to your Google Drive account. The app can import photos and other files on your device into your Google Drive account
Share documents with other people. This is a perfect feature to activate after a meeting, meal, or phone call. After discussing a file on your phone or tablet, you can immediately share it using the apps for Google Docs, Google Sheets, and Google Slides.
The mobile apps share some similarities with their Web counterparts. For instance, the interface for the Google Drive app on the iPad uses familiar icons:
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