Google’s Slides and Sheets applications on Android are getting to export and read more file formats, making it easier to use and share your work in the broadly cross platform business world.
The Sheets changes include an update to view Google Drawings you have in your Drive folder into your spreadsheet, though drawings will not be visible in frozen rows and columns. Exporting gets even better with the ability to now export Comma and Tab seperated value (CSV and TSV) files, as well users can now export or send a copy of a spreadsheet as a HTML file that will export in a Zip.
Slides has added support to export the slide you’re currently viewing as a .JPEG, .PNG, or .SVG file. To export a file in the new formats, all you’ll have to do is open the share & export menu and select your file format of choice.
Google is aiming to have the rollout of the new Google Slides and Sheets for Android complete through Google Play in the next three days, so keep an eye out for notifications from Google Play over the Easter break.