In addition to previewing the next version of Android dubbed “L”, Android Auto, Android TV, new Chromecast features, and more, Google released an updated version of Google Drive for iPhone and iPad. The new version brings enhances to file sharing giving users the ability to allow files or folders to be viewed, commented, or edited by anyone with a link. The update also adds a new incoming view for seeing files that have been shared as well as an activity stream for seeing changes you and others make to files and folders in one place. In addition to bug fixes and performance enhances, Google says the latest version of Drive also provides faster uploading for photos and videos.
The update follows the release of standalone iOS apps for Docs and Sheets at the end of April. Google announced today at I/O that a standalone Slides app will be available soon as well. The latest version of Google Drive for iPhone and iPad is available today on the App Store.