Google has updated mobile app Google Docs for Android devices, maximizing the additional screen on Honeycomb tablets.
In a post on the Google Mobile Blog, the search giant said that Android Honeycomb-based tablets would now have a significantly altered layout touted to use fully the extra screen space on these devices.
Google Docs product manager David Loxton said that redesigning the app involves a “three-panel view” that enables easy simultaneous navigation through all filters, lists, collections, and document details.
A new autocomplete feature allows simpler document sharing, but several users still demand collaboration in Google Docs for Android.
The update may appear to deliver a small enhancement as opposed to the whole set of features the app offers, the app evidently shows contrasts between smartphone and tablet displays and it looks on both.
Maximizing the use of screen space does not merely involve how compact or wide the view is, and in the latest update of Google Docs for Android, navigation, aggregation, and user experience makes more sense than appearance.
The Google Docs for Android update is supports 46 different languages.