To enable Google Docs for Android offline support, first you need to install the latest version of Google Docs for Android. So first download the latest Google Docs app from the Android Market for free.
Just like the Google Docs for Chrome, Google Docs for Android is now offline capable. That means you can access individual files offline on Google Docs for Android. This app does not support offline editing at least for now. But you can rename and star files offline and when you go online the offline data will automatically syncs. Let us see how to enable Google Docs for Android offline support.
Enable Google Docs for Android Offline Support on an Android Smartphone
There are two different methods to make a file available offline on Google Docs on Your Android Smartphone. The first method is to touch and hold an item until a menu appears with an option Make Offline. Touch Make Offline.
The second method is to touch the arrow button next to an item. Then select Make offline in the menu that appears.
Enable Google Docs for Android Offline Support on an Android Tablet
Here also there are few options available for make a file access offline. The first method is the same as above. That means touch and hold the name of an item in your Documents List for few seconds. Then, touch Make available offline in the menu that appears. Another method is select the checkbox next to Available offline from an item’s preview pane.
Google also improved the Tablet viewing experience is this latest version of Google Docs for Android.
Some of the Feature of Google Docs for Android
Make quick changes to spreadsheets.
View your documents, PDFs, presentations and more.
Mark files as available offline for view access even when you’re not connected.
Upload and convert files to the Google Docs format.
Take a photo of printed text and convert it to a Google document.
Share docs with your device’s contacts.
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