Up until today, Google Drive would be the go-to app to find anything stored in the cloud. Editing documents has always been pretty difficult through the app, and that’s why Google has just released Google Docs and Google Sheets as standalone apps.


These work just like you would imagine. They’re the mobile-friendly version of desktop site, and neither of them are really sacrificing any functionality when it comes to the new apps. They even come with Offline Mode, much like we’ve seen in Google Drive.

Drive will also begin to prompt users to download the respective apps if they try to do any editing from Drive. So, to save yourself some trouble, get to downloading!

Google also note that a standalone Google Slides app is on its way.

Hit the download links below!

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[pb-app-box pname=’com.google.android.apps.docs.editors.sheets’ name=’Google Sheets’ theme=’dark’ lang=’en’]

Source: Google Drive

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