Google has driven out an update bringing the iPad's Split View multitasking to Docs and Sheets. Hurrah.
This would possibly deserve a "in any case": Google Docs and Sheets now fortify Split View, a trifling 10 months and 30 days after the iOS 9 function gave the impression for iPad customers.
I wrote about Google's second-class app citizenry again in January of 2016, bringing up the loss of Google updates as probably the most giant problems keeping me again from committing to the iPad Professional to put in writing full-time; whilst the corporate has made strides ahead in making improvements to its iOS apps, it used to be nonetheless lacking a key element of true iPad multitasking: Split View.
That nightmare is now over, despite the fact that formally just for customers of iOS 9 — each apps' developer notes come with the word "improve on iPads operating iOS 9", however I have been in a position to get units each on the most recent public beta and developer beta seed running with Split Display. (After, it will have to be famous, a complete iPad restart.)
There is nonetheless so much I would like to peer from those apps — there is nonetheless no method to spotlight more than one cells with keyboard instructions, as an example — however Split View is an enormous step ahead for the apps, and a step a lot favored through iPad customers all over the world.