Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides apps to get better

Yolanda Curtis
August 7, 2020

(Pocket-lint) - Google's revealed a swathe of improvements coming for mobile users of its Docs, Sheets and Slides apps, which should make small but telling changes to how you use them. Among these updates include support for Smart Compose and Dark Mode, which will be available across the above-mentioned applications.

Google docs is one of the widely used apps for reading documents, editing, and making minor changes to them when you don't feel like opening a computer. Ng said this feature is already available on iOS and will roll out to Android users in the coming weeks. On Wednesday, Google announced that it is updating its mobile office apps to make the user experience more convenient. Check out these new features that help accelerate team collaboration. Google says you can use all the collaborative and assistive features of G Suite on your Office files without having to convert file types. No doubt, these two new additions will help users to write documents more effectively while saving loads of time avoiding switching between screens and with prediction feature.

Give your eyes-and your battery-a break: Docs, Sheets, and Slides now support Dark theme on Android, making it easier for you to work in low-light environments and keep your battery alive longer. Google said that the Smart Compose will be available on Android and iOS users within a few weeks.

Improved remark navigation in Docs, Sheets, and Slides Instead of needing to pick each remark separately from the file, you can now tap through remarks from a single unified user interface. This feature is also coming to both Android and iOS, however, it will first come to Android in the next few weeks and then on iOS over the coming months. It will be available over the next few weeks.

The feature will end the mess of selecting each comment individually and enable you to "scroll through and respond to comments" more easily in a larger, clearer area. This feature rolled out in July.

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