Users of Google Docs, Sheets and Slides on Android will find minor updates rolling out for each of the productivity apps. For the most part, these updates are bug fixes and performance improvements but in the case of Google Docs and Google Slides, there are new features in each. For Docs, you now have the ability to add page numbers to a document from the app. You have been able to do this in Docs on the web for a long time but it has finally made its way to the Android app for the sake of feature parity.
For Google Slides, the ability to import and export OpenDocument formatted files (.odp) has been added to the presentation app.
For Google Sheets, there were no new features added in this round of updates. Beyond these new features, there are only bug fixes and performance improvements. As is customary with Google,
what exactly was addressed in the updates are not mentioned in the release notes for each app.
The updates to all three apps are in the Google Play Store now and should be hitting all devices with the apps installed over the course of the next few days. For those who haven’t tried Google Docs, Sheets or Slides, you can download them for free in the Store. All of your files will be stored on Google Drive and they do not consume any of your Drive quota as they are in native Google formats.