Google Docs For Android Now Provides Offline Access

Google has released a pretty useful update for its Android version of Google Docs, providing offline access for your files and a better overall experience for tablet users by providing high-resolution versions of your documents.

The app not only allows you to select files you want to save for offline editing, but will automatically update your offline files whenever you’re connected to Wi-Fi. If you want to update files on your mobile data connection, you can do so manually. For the full rundown of this update, check out the post on the Google Mobile Blog.

Updates to Google Docs app for Android: Offline access and improved tablet experience [Google Mobile Blog]

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