Google released a significant update to their Google Docs app for Android. Users now have the ability to access their files offline and tablet users will benefit from an improved user experience. For the offline mode, Google Docs will automatically update offline files whenever the user is connected via WiFi, and there’s also the option to manually update by simply opening the file or tapping an update button. For tablet users, Google improved the reading experience, adding high-resolution support and the ability to swipe left/right or use a slider at the bottom to cycle through pages. View the change log below, then head to the Android Market for the latest update.
Changes in Google Docs 1.0.43:
– Make any file available offline for view access while not connected.
– Manage offline content, including seeing what’s out of date.
– Automatic syncing of offline content while on wifi.
– Star and rename files while offline.
– Improved reading experience of Google documents while on a tablet.