Google Drive, the online storage and file syncing service from Google, has been updated iOS-wise to add some spreadsheet editing functions for people who don’t have time to meet up.
In addition to offering collaborative spreadsheet editing functions, Google Drive 1.2.0 for iPhone and iPad lets you upload files from other apps, manage upload progress and see recent uploads in a dedicated view, rich-text copy pasting, improved speed and stability, better contact search, and bug fixes.
Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, Google Drive is a universal app that requires iOS 5.0 or later. The software is optimized for iPhone 5 and iPod touch 5th-generation, meaning it displays full-screen on 4-inch displays. The iPad mini is also supported.
Google Drive is a free download for everyone. Accounts begin at 5GB of free storage and go all the way up to 16 TB for businesses willing to pay just shy of a thousand monthly bucks.