Research in Google Docs
Writing papers is now a whole lot easier with the Research tool in Docs for Android. Search Google without leaving Docs, and once you find the quotes, facts and images you’re looking for, you can add them to your document with just a couple taps. That means less time switching between apps, and more time perfecting your thesis statement. Get the Docs app for Android: https://goo.gl/iPr4wP
Voice typing in Docs
With Voice typing, you can record ideas or even compose an entire essay without touching your keyboard. When using Docs in Chrome, activate Voice typing in the Tools menu. When you’re on the go, tap the microphone button on your phone’s keyboard. Voice typing is available in more than 40 languages, so we can help with your French homework, too. Voilà! Try it at docs.google.com
Explore in Google Sheets
With the Explore panel in Google Sheets, you can now spend less time trying to decipher your data, and more time making a point. Explore creates charts and insights automatically, so you can visualize trends and understand your data in seconds. It’s like having an expert analyst right by your side. Get the Sheets app for Android (goo.gl/bnyYTU) or try it at sheets.google.com
Google Classroom: Mission control for students and teachers
Every class is on a mission. Now, with Google Classroom, we have a mission control. Designed with teachers and students, it helps easily connect the class, track their progress and achieve more together. Visit http://g.co/classroom to learn more.