One Month After Microsoft Office Hits iPad, Google Debuts Dedicated Productivity Apps For iOS

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Google has released standalone apps for Google Docs and Google Sheets, breaking out these two productivity applications from within Google Drive, which is where users could go to access them on iPhone and iPad in the past. The text document and spreadsheet editors allow for both creation and editing of those types of files, which are stored in Google Drive on Mountain View’s cloud servers.

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So far, it looks like the apps are basically the same as the in-app editors and viewers included in Google Drive, but that should mean they offer up everything users need to get creating and modifying documents in a variety of formats, including Microsoft Office content. The timing is interesting given how recently Microsoft launched their own suite of Office apps for iPad, and we expect a dedicated version of Google Presentations to follow shortly.

It’s also worth noting that more big companies seem to…

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