Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL), the world’s biggest reputed search engine, brought out a new Android update, adding UI, to its Google Drive Applications. The upgraded version (220.127.116.11) of Google drive application would contain numerous bug fixes, UI tweaks, and performance enhancements.
The new-look Google Drive storage prices are available for the users at an affordable cost of $25.
With the Google Drive Application in force, documents, slides, applications, and sheets would not require editing at all.
Splash screens are an integral part of Android design. Further, Google is utilizing them in a defensive move against rival cloud providers like Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT). Opening the new updates to its applications will lead to the appearance of a white screen, an enlarged icon, and the well-known Google corporate logo.
The alterations are making their way into all the platforms now through the automatic app updates through the Play Store. As soon as the users make an attempt to edit the pertinent documents, they will be prompted to get the standalone apps installed for Sheets and Docs.
Google-offered Android one initiative has the potential to bring a transformation in the experiences of budget smartphones. By working in close collaboration with manufacturers, production companies, and component makers, Google intends to get rid of pitfalls that have a bearing on the performance, software updates, and software updates.
The new version of the Drive application works efficiently in the Sheets and new Docs.
The earlier versions of Android didn’t adopt this practice. There are no technical glitches as to why they should be restored in terms of the time needed to open an application on an Android instrument.
The latest Android version confirms the reputation of Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) as to who is the actual driving force behind the ecosystem.
It would be in the best interests of a developer to get an application opened up swiftly. Taking recourse to a splash screen to include a few seconds of background feat was all the time a rather rapid sticking plaster over a complex subject.