With the trend toward large screens, tech companies are trying to improve their apps and services. One such example is Google. The company has been putting forth its efforts for this since late 2021. Until now, the company has introduced changes and optimizations to its several products. Now, the next in line to receive the optimizations is Google Drive. According to the available information, the tech giant Google is working on a two-page view for larger screens for the Google Drive app.
Certainly, these modifications will optimize the apps for large displays like tablets and foldable smartphones. Google recently debuted the Google Pixel Tablet, which features an amazing display. It comes with the Tensor G2 chip and the latest Android software updates.
Google Drive is experimenting with a two-page view
It is a fact that smartphone apps do not provide the best experience on large screens. For this reason, Google is putting all its efforts into improving the Android platform for large screens. As a part of this approach, the tech giant has introduced changes to Docs, Gmail, and others.
One thing to notice here is that this is leaked information. So, this might be taken with caution. The new feature is currently spotted in the beta test, so it might not arrive in the stable version of the app. It was found in the latest beta build of the Google Drive app that a PDF file will have two pages across the screen that make it more like a book.
The cool thing about this is that you can try it out for yourself without having to go through any hoops or enable any flags. To test it out, simply download the most recent APK from APK Mirror.
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