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Google-Drive-app-iconGoogle has just updated its Google Drive app for iOS with a couple new features and performance enhancements. After adding support for opening links in native Google apps from the Chrome iOS app last week, it has now updated the Drive app with an option to open links within files in Chrome and Safari.

Also new in version 1.5.0 of Google Drive for iOS is support for inserting rows and columns via the “+” button within Google Sheets, as well as stabilization and other bug fixes:

What’s New in Version 1.5.0

  • Clicking on links from within files gives you the option to open in Chrome and Safari
  • Insert rows and columns using the “+” button in Google Sheets
  • Stabilization & bug fixes

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