Google has pushed out an update to its Drive app for iOS, bringing it to version 2.2. This latest revamp brings a couple of significant features that provide an easier way for users to edit and manage their cloud-based files.
Firstly, the update introduces a new ‘Sort’ functionality to the app. You will now be able to sort your files by last modified, last edited, title or by the date when they were last opened. Just click on the Sort button available next to the search bar in order to sort your files. This feature is extremely useful for users who don’t wish to scroll through multiple documents in order to find the perfect document.
Next comes a new ‘search and replace’ feature that lets users to enter a search phrase and replace it everywhere in the document. Alongside these 2 major features, the update also brings few under the hood usability and speed enhancements.
iOS users can download the latest version of Google Drive app from the link given below. The app is compatible with devices that run on iOS 6.0 or above.
Google Drive download link for iOS (free)