Google Slides lands on the Play Store; Drive gets native office integration and UI revamp

Google has finally released the Slides app on the Play Store, more than a month after it had released the Google Docs and Sheets apps on the Play Store. The app works just like the Google Sheets and Docs app and is aimed to work in conjunction with the Drive app, rather than replacing it altogether. 
The new Sheets app will allow Android users to seamlessly create and edit presentations on their devices and upload it to Drive to share and collaborate on it with others.
Besides this, Google has also started rolling out a major new update (v2.0) for the Google Drive app with a new cards like interface and a revamped UI that makes it easier to share, edit, star or move your docs and files.
Oh, and if you somehow missed it — Google Drive now natively supports Microsoft office files making it easier for users to edit them on the go.
You can download the APK of the Google Drive app from here, while the Slides app can be downloaded from the Play Store.
Credits to Android Police for the APK download link!


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