Google has this week rolled out a wealth of new features to its range of Google office applications in the form of Docs, Sheets and Slides.
Google has now made writing papers even easier using the new Research tool in Docs for Android that allows you to search Google without even leaving the document you are writing.
Then with a few clicks it’s possible to add quotes, facts or images directly from Google to your document, saving users from switching back and forth between their browser and Google Docs application. Watch the video below to see the new Google Research Docs feature in action.
Google has also added the ability to Voice type using just your voice and is available in more than 40 languages. Google explains about other features :
With Explore in Sheets, you can now spend less time trying to decipher your data, and more time making a point. Explore creates charts and insights automatically, so you can visualize trends and understand your data in seconds on the web or on your Android. It’s like having an expert analyst right by your side.
For more information on all the new features you can expect to enjoy within the Google office applications jump over to the official Google blog for full details.
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