The application will now load faster and you should notice nimbler performance while editing your documents, Google says. More importantly, viewing or editing documents on a tiny smartphone screen has become a tad easier with landscape support, which is useful for prolonged text entry because you get to use the wider virtual keyboard.
Image top of post depicts landscape editing in action.
In case you’ve been wondering, Google is giving each user five gigabytes of free cloud shared between Google Drive and Google+ Photos. You can also upgrade to 25GB of additional storage for $24.99 per year via in-app purchase.
Google Drive is a universal binary that works natively on all iDevices, iPads included.
You can download it free from the App Store.