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'Google Drive lets you keep all your stuff in one place. Upload all your files from your computer - even the big ones - and you can access them anywhere, including your iPhone or iPad. We get you started with 5 GB free.
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The Google Drive App for iOS works well for creating, organizing, sharing, and collaborating on documents. I have used it extensively for working on documents in real-time and asynchronously with our faculty learning communities. Unfortunately, you don't always have the same editing and viewing capabilities as you would on a desktop machine or even via the Google Chrome browser on your iOS device. For example, tables don't display within Word docs. However, the app is easy to navigate and a great tool overall.