Now that Docs, Sheets and Slides have embraced the notch, iPhone X owners can run them without ugly black bars at the top and bottom of the display as the apps now take full advantage of the OLED display with edge-to-edge design.
If you own an iPad that runs iOS 11 or later, you can now also drag content from other apps into Google’s cloud-based productivity apps, including Microsoft Office documents, presentations or spreadsheets that you’d like to import into Docs, Slides or Sheets.
The search giant recently removed the option to protect access to Drive, Docs, Sheets and Slides apps with a passcode, Touch ID or Face ID. The passcode lock option remains present in the apps, but now users are greeted with a message, saying that “Passcode lock is no longer available in Google Drive, Docs, Sheets or Slides.”
Google’s popular YouTube app was updated on App Store today to address a battery issue on iPhone X.