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Not happy to let Microsoft have all the attention today, Google dropped a couple of neat updates for its mobile apps.
First up, there are some new editing features for the company’s suite of office apps. The most useful of these is real-time spell-checking, which should come in handy given the propensity for typos when using a mobile device.
Other than this, you can now hide rows and columns in spreadsheets, and the presentations app now lets you group shapes together.
iOS users are also receiving a convenient security upgrade over their Android counterparts: you can now use Touch ID to unlock your Docs, Sheets and Slides apps.
The updates are rolling out now to both Android and iOS.
➤ Updated mobile apps for Docs, Sheets and Slides [Google Docs Blog]
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