A new update to Android Google Docs application has rolled out this week bringing with it a new feature that provides the ability to store documents on your devices for offline access when required. Google has added the new offline Docs feature to help you when an internet connection might not always be available, enabling you to always be connected to files.
Once back online again via a WiFi connection Google Docs automatically updates your offline files. If needed you can also manually update files anytime via a data connection by opening the file or tapping ‘Update’ from the Offline section of the app.
Google Android tablets owners will also be pleased to learn that the new update has also improved the Google Docs reading experience. Now, when you open a Google document online you’ll receive a high-resolution version of the document. Swipe left and right to flip between pages, or use the slider at the bottom to page ahead quickly.
To download the newly updated Google Docs version jump over to the Android Market Place, you can also learn more about Google Docs offline capabilities and the new reading layout in Google’s help centre.