Google has this week extended the range of applications available on Apple’s iOS devices and mobile operating system with the launch of their new Google Slides iOS application.
The Google Slides iOS app joins the already released Google Docs and Google Sheets office productivity products and completes the set of Google office suite apps to compete fully with the offerings of Microsoft’s Office and Apple iWorks applications.
Google Slides enables users to create, edit, and collaborate with others on presentations from your iPod, iPhone, or iPad which can then be shown directly from your iOS device, and is free to download from the iTunes App Store.
Features of the new Google Slides iOS app include the ability to create new presentations or edit those created on the web or on other another devices what ever the OS. You can also share presentations and collaborate with others in the same presentation at the same time. As well as have the ability to open Microsoft PowerPoint files for editing to re-save ready for your next presentation.
Using a similar system to that already implemented within Google applications Docs and Sheets, Google Slides alterations are saved simultaneously and supports real-time collaboration and persistent document saving.
For more information on the new Google Slides app jump over to the iTunes App store website for details and to download the free app which is 61.5mb in size.