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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.
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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.
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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.
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Documents on the go

The document editor comes with a menu of basic formatting options, including font styles and colors.
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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.
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What about presentations?

The iOS app lets you view drawings and presentations, but not edit them.
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