The search giant Google is always in headlines!!!!! Now again it has come in the market with the Google Drive app, which permits iPhone and iPad users to view Google Drive and Google Docs documents in full screen as well as edit Google Docs offline while you work. It is safe place to save, share and create all kinds of things. Google has introduced Google Drive apps at Google I/O conference, which is held by Google every year in San Francisco, California. It gives ability to edit Google documents offline. It is not high-end technology, but it is only viewer and basic document manager. By downloading Google Drive apps, users can view the documents without any problems as well as download them without network connections.
Google Drive and Google Docs are already offered for Android, Web, Windows and OS X and now Apple users can take the benefit of the service. Apple users can pull up PDF documents on their iPad, view images in full screen, read documents, and do many things with Google Drive. Previously, people can view their documents in iOS, but cannot edit them, but now working with offline editing application, they can continue working in their documents and their changes are coordinated as soon as they return online.
Google Drive comes with awesome Optical Character Recognition (OCR) feature that supports both text and photos. It also gives permission to open PDFs, videos, images, documents and anything else stored in your Drive on the go. Users are also able to find their all files, include collaborator to documents as well as makes file available offline to view without internet connection. The blind and low-vision users can also work on the application through its VoiceOver mode.