Google Drive for iOS updated with support for multiple accounts and printing

Google now lets Drive for iOS users to print documents using Apple's AirPrint and Google's CloudPrint protocol.

Published Date
08 - Nov - 2013
| Last Updated
08 - Nov - 2013
Google Drive for iOS updated with support for multiple accounts a...

Google has rolled out some updates to its Drive for iOS app, adding support for multiple accounts and printing directly from the app.

The latest update, version 2.10, allows users to switch between multiple Google accounts without needing to sign out. Moreover, users can print any document directly from the app via Google Cloud Print or AirPrint. Google has introduced a single sign in feature, which allows users to automatically be signed in to apps like YouTube, Google Maps, Chrome, and G .

Also, Google Drive has been updated for iOS 7, though the interface seems same as before. The new version of Google Drive for iOS is now available for download from the App Store.

Last round of update to Drive for iOS brought in some major performance improvements, bug fixes, and landscape editing of documents and spreadsheets on the iPhone. The Android version of the app recently added new colour themes, new buttons for uploading, creating and scanning documents.

The web version of Google Drive recently added new spellcheck mode and more customizable numbered and bulleted lists.