Back in April, Google unveiled Google Drive, today taking the service a step further, Google released Google Drive for iOS: both for iPhone and iPad. The app lets you save files for offline viewing, which is huge. The app is available starting today as the same way as Chrome for iOS available today.
The company announced Chrome OS as well as offline editing for Docs, means you can now do the editing while you are on offline mode and it will get updated on real-time basis. Finally, Google announced a second generation of the Drive SDK, for developers.
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