Google Drive app updated with a ton of new features, including commenting, folders, and more
OK. I know we’re a bit late to the ballgame on this one, but you can thank GoDaddy and their little tiff with Anonymous for that. Just in case you missed the news yesterday, the Google Drive app for Android got itself a sizable update, bringing along with it a few new features that have been highly requested since the app was first released.
The latest bump kicks us up to version number 22.214.171.124. Take a peek below for the full changelog.
- Create folder, upload to folder and move to folder
- Filter folder contents by file type
- Option to auto-sync pinned content while on 3G
- Richer Google Presentations viewing experience
- Basic table support in Documents Editor
- Create, reply and resolve comments in Documents Editor
- View and change fonts in Documents Editor
- Pinch to zoom in Documents Editor
- Print files using Google Cloud Print
- Option to resume interrupted uploads
‘Bout time they brought the ability to make folders, eh?
I’m not 100% sold on Google Drive yet. I have an account and I do use the app for certain things, but my heart truly belongs to Dropbox when it comes to cloud storage. How about you?
At any rate, the update is available now. Hit up the Google Play Store and grab it if haven’t already. If you need a link to a fresh install, feel free to use the one below.