How to Access Google Docs from iPhone
Google Docs is an online office application that lets you create, edit, and save office files such as your documents, research works, or proposals right on the web. You don’t have to worry about having to always carry your files around in a flash drive. What’s more, if you have an iPhone, you can access Google Docs just about wherever and whenever you like.
App Store is where you can download and install software programs specifically designed for devices using the iOS devices like the iPhone.
Tap the magnifying glass icon on the upper right-hand corner of the screen and enter “Google Docs.” Tap the “Enter” button on your iPhone’s keyboard to start searching. App Store will display the Google Docs application at the top of your search result.
Tap the “Install” button right next to the name of the application to instantly download and install it on your iPhone. The app’s icon will appear on the home screen once it’s successfully installed.
Tap Google Doc’s (a blue paper) icon from your device’s home screen to open it.
You’ll see a login screen during the first launch of the app. Enter your Google/Gmail account’s username and password on the allocated text field, and tap “Sign In” to proceed.
If you don’t have a Gmail account yet, click on the “Create an Account” link and provide few basic personal information about yourself to instantly get one.
After logging in, a list of recently opened documents will be displayed on your iPhone’s screen. These are the documents you’ve accessed from the web browser of a computer. Just tap the file you want to view, and it will open up on your iPhone.
If you don’t have any documents yet, you can simply tap the menu button on the top right corner of the app’s screen and select “New” from the drop-down list to start creating a new one.