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Google Adds Office Editing to Docs and Sheets for iOS, Releases Slides

Google Adds Office Editing to Docs and Sheets for iOS, Releases Slides Related Blogs Two Cents Vitals Skillet Gear Gizmodo Media Group Blogs Deadspin Gizmodo Jalopnik Jezebel Kotaku Lifehacker Google Adds Office Editing to Docs and Sheets for iOS, Releases Slides Thorin Klosowski 8/25/14 12:30pm Filed to: downloads iOS: Google has released updates for its Google Docs and Google Sheets apps for iOS that make it possible to open, edit, and save Microsoft Office documents. They've also released Google Slides for iOS. The big new feature here is Sheets in Docs is the ability to edit MS Office documents natively. This means you can open anything created in office, but more importantly it means you can also save those files in their original Office formats. Likewise, you can now create and edit Google Slides on your iOS device with the new Slides app (which also supports Powerpoint files). Advertisement Google Docs (Free) | iTunes App Store Google Sheets (Free) | iTunes App Store Google Slides (Free) | iTunes App Store Gear from Kinja Deals The Best Cyber Monday Deals Repel 100 Is Your Pick For Best Bug Spray Cyber Monday Miracle: This Absurdly Great Shower Head Is Cheaper Than Ever Read more! View full discussion Want Lifehacker’s email newsletter? Subscribe About Blog Need Help? Content Guide Permissions Privacy Terms of Use Advertising Jobs RSS Share Tweet