Following the revamp of iOS Search app earlier this week, Google has revealed an update to its Drive app for iOS with a host of new features.
Firstly, the update brings support for multiple Google accounts, users’ most-requested feature. Earlier, users were able to technically toggle between their accounts, but now they can do that without having to logout the account.
The app has also received support for print. Users can now send their desired documents to AirPrint/Cloud Print through the newly joined option available in the details menu.
Here’s the complete changelog of the app:
- Support for multiple accounts. You are now able to toggle between your accounts.
- Once you sign in to your Drive, you will be automatically signed in to other apps like Chrome, YouTube, G+, and Google Maps.
- You can now print your essential files with AirPrint or Google Cloud Print.
- Optimized for iOS 7.
However, the company hasn’t tell anything about offline editing functionality. Users can view their documents without internet connection, but cannot edit them.
The latest version of Google Drive app for iOS is downloadable via the following link. The app works with iDevices running on iOS version 6.0 or above.
Google Drive download link for iOS (free)