Google today launched a new Slides application for iOS devices such as iPhone and iPad and also gets updates to Docs and Sheets apps to support opening, editing and saving Microsoft Office files.
These three products Slides app, Docs and Sheets represent Google’s push to claw both consumer and enterprise customers away from Microsoft Office. Most of the business world still runs on Microsoft’s renowned productivity apps, so it makes sense that at least for now.
Google should support this application as much as possible. Only when users are confident that Slides, Docs and Sheets can work seamlessly alongside Microsoft Office will Google start making some serious progress in this area.
Where this new application Slides is Google equivalent Microsoft power Point and now Google introduced this app to the iOS which is underestimated. By using this app users can be able to create, share and present their work from an iPhone or iPad which is similar to Google’s Android and web applications even you can edit and save Microsoft power point files also gets ability to view charts, insert formula and use find and replace on updated Google Docs and sheets. These three apps are available at Android phones, tablets and iOS devices. Stay tune for more details.