If you're preparing a presentation in Google Slides, chances are that you're going to be doing it in your native language or your secondary one. If you speak Arabic or Hebrew, however, you were out of luck because the Android app didn't support RTL languages. Now that's changing since the Slides app on Android is able to create and edit presentations in RTL on version

As for Google Docs, it recently got a new outline feature that helped you navigate long documents by surfacing the different section headlines whenever you started scrolling through the pages. It turns out that the same version of Google Docs hides another helpful addition and that's the fact that text is now selectable in the Print Layout view. Previously, when you switched to print Layout, you couldn't select text or make any contributions to the document. Now, you can select text just like you would in the regular view and copy it or add a comment.


Both apps should be updated officially in the Play Store in the next few days, but if not, you can grab Docs and Slides from APK Mirror. Let us know if you spot anything else in these versions.