Now, that looks like Google

Google Drive for iOS' new card-style thumbnail layout moves the app more in line with its sibling on Android. Read full review
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4.5 stars

Free

Lists are cool too

If you're more of a minimalist, you can always switch back to the original list view, which still includes small thumbnail previews of files. Read full review
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4.5 stars

Free

The app lets you share, move, and rename files stored on your Drive account. You can even create a download link to share the file directly with others and make a file available while offline. Read full review
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4.5 stars

Free

Documents on the go

The document editor comes with a menu of basic formatting options, including font styles and colors. Read full review
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4.5 stars

Free

Spreadsheets too

The mobile spreadsheet editor may not be as powerful as its desktop counterpart, but it does offer many of the basic tools you need. Read full review
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4.5 stars

Free

What about presentations?

The iOS app lets you view drawings and presentations, but not edit them. Read full review
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4.5 stars

Free

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