Don’t be fooled by the iterative-sounding nature of this update: being able to edit spreadsheets on mobile devices – the functionality which Google has just now introduced in its mobile Google Drive applications – is actually a major upgrade in the eyes of many users.
The update brings the cloud-based alternative that is Google Drive (formerly Docs), more on par with native exper
Last week, we caught a blog post that Google wasn’t supposed to publish yet. In it, the company announced that it would soon bring editing features to the Google Drive app for iOS. Today, Google made these updates official and Google Drive for iPhone and iPad does now indeed allow you to edit documents, just as you can already do with the Android app.
Google Drive’s Spreadsheets were pretty good for something simple, but forget it if you wanted to do some serious analyzing. Google is looking to change that by re-introducing them under the Google Sheets name.
Google Web Office -- GWoffice -- brings your google drive to your dektop. It offers you a nice interface to its editing abilities and also gives you basic syncing for offline use.
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In order to integate my app with GDrive I have followed the tutorial on https://developers.google.com/drive/quickstart-android
In step 3 of the tutorial, the tutorial recommends to install the Google Eclipse plugin to take care of the library setup (this plugin let's you choose which's Google API's to use and creates the /libs folder including the jars for you).