Google's productivity tools have gained new names, and users can now deploy them as apps in the Chrome Web Store.
The Document, Spreadsheet and Presentation tools — rivals to Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint respectively — originally went under the Google Docs banner, before that got post on Tuesday, they are called Docs, Sheets and Slides.in April. Now, according to a Google Drive
The renaming came alongside the release of Docs, Sheets and Slides as individual Chrome Web Store apps.
For those running Chrome on a standard PC, there is no difference between installing those apps and simply bookmarking them within the browser.
However, the store comes into its own for those using a Chromebook, which runs Chrome OS. That operating system is effectively the Chrome browser, and having the apps available on an individual basis gives users a more familiar, arguably PC-like experience.
Just last week, Google renewed its Chromebook push byat a low price point.