Google’s adding more and more onto its Drive app: this time it’s the ability to create, edit, and share spreadsheets, or as Google calls it simply, Sheets.
It’s the same process as creating and opening a word document in Drive, just tap “New Spreadsheet” instead of “New Document” in the menu.
The interface is quite simple: a menu bar on the top and majority of the screen is taken up by the spreadsheet itself. To add to a cell, double tap it, and the keyboard will pop up. You can also use some formulas that you’d use in Excel, things like “=A1+B1”, which could prove useful in some cases.
Asides from the Sheets update, you can also now upload documents up to Google Drive from other apps. Simply tap the export button and tap “Open in Google Drive”.