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Google Docs finally adds multitasking tools for iPads

Slide Over and Split View fans should have a lot to be happy about.
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Google Docs, Sheets and Slides' most recent iOS updates make them play a whole lot nicer with multitasking on iPads. The patch feels a little overdue at this point, but hey, we'll take support for iOS 9's tablet features like Split View and Slide Over whenever we can get 'em. Supported models include the iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 4 and both sizes of iPad Pro, and if the update hasn't hit your device yet, that's what the source links below are for.

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