Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Google Drive iOS app can now open links in Chrome or Safari

Google is building a nice little ecosystem around ’s iOS by feverishly updating its iPhone and iPad with deep cross-app integration. For example, rlier this month the Internet giantrefreshed its Chrome iOS browserwith the ability to open URLsfor YouTube, Maps, Google+ and Drive in Google’s native iOS apps instd of the browser.Notably absent from that update: the Google Drive client for the iPhone and iPad. Well,Google saw to that with today’s Drive iOS relse which can now open links in Google’s Chrome or ’s Safari browser. Google Drive version 1.5 also adds support for insertingrows and columns using the “+” button in Google Sheets…The srch monster says clicking on links from within Google documents gives you the option to open in Chrome and Safari. This is different from Google’s other iOS apps which normally fture a toggle in settings to always open links in Chrome.This relse of Google Drive also contains“stabilization and bug fixes”.The universal app is available free from theApp Store.

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