Google Docs, Slides and Sheets iOS apps updated with Touch ID support



Google has been updating all its apps for the iOS platform with its material design and other features since so many days. Yesterday it has updated Chrome browser for iOS with material design and handoff support with default browser on OS X Yosemite. Today Google has updated Google Docs, Slides and Sheets apps for iOS integrating another Apple’s technology TouchID into it.

Google Docs is updated with real-time spell checking feature as you type and edit and Sheets app will now allow you to hide the specific rows and columns and the Sheets apps has been added the ability to group the shapes in presentations. Docs app is updated to 1.2.6448 version, Sheets is updated to 1.1.7297 and the Slides version to 1.0.5754.

With the TouchID integration iOS users can lock and unlock each app easily and helps to protect crucial documents. Previously Google has integrated TouchID feature with the Google’s Wallet and Drive apps. No need secure these apps with PIN code, just place your finger on the home button and you will be able to access to the apps. TouchID features is compatible with iPhone 6, iPhone 5S, iphone 6 Plus, iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 3.

In addition these new features there are few bug fixes and performance improvements as usual. The updates are very simple, but are very useful. Updates will start rolling out to your devices from today and you can download the apps from the below links.

Download Google Docs

Download Google Sheets

Download Google Slides

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