With most common document formats support you can read and view all your documents on-the-go, with the ease and speed of iPhone or iPad.
Download for Offline
Download any document and you will be able to read it without any Wi-Fi or Internet connection.
Edit Documents Online
Full support of Google Docs document editing lets you edit your documents whenever you are, just with few taps.
Share your monthly balance with your boss or pdf page with designer. Just add them to your share list.
Professional PDF Viewer
GoDocs has an enterprise standard PDF Viewer built-in. PDF files, even large, load amazingly fast. You are also able to open pdf links, go to specific page and even read in two dimensions.
Search for documents
Lost documents found easy with name search – the ability to search for any document and find them fast.
Search Document Contents
With document contents search there is no more hassle in finding that specific paragraph, you were looking for.
Create new documents and folders
GoDocs allows you to create new documents, spreadsheets and folders from within the application.
Organize documents in collections
With GoDocs, you can make a convenient structure for your documents, moving files into folders.
With our Push Notifications service you will receive push notification when a new document has been shared with you or when a shared document has been changed by someone else.
Manage and view revisions
Viewing separate revisions, ability to open them in other applications, send revisions by email or print specific revision.
Do you need to use 2 or 3 or may be 5 google accounts? It’s so easy – just add them.
Google Drive™ Support
GoDocs is the first application on the App Store, that fully supports Google Drive™.
|GoDocs||$4.99||Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.|
I have my students turn in essentially all of their individual work via Google Drive, and this app allows me to access their folders on my iPad.
So far, I found that this tool is not very useful for creating or editing Google documents on the iPad. However, it is fairly effective for viewing files. My students generate many short videos, and I am able to synchronize the ones I want so that they are available for viewing off-line. This is much easier than opening the videos in iTunes from Google Drive on my PC, creating a playlist, and then transferring to the iPad. This makes a big difference for me in terms of viewing/grading assignments, because I can do it on the subway, at the gym, etc.
I have not yet had students use this app, and I don’t see a reason to at the moment. It is not the most user-friendly app, and I think it is easier for them to stick to using Google Drive on their laptops.
It’s a great way to access, store, and interact with Google Docs on the iPad!