A number of Google DocSets on Android devices now automatically remove Google Doc services from their respective Google Accounts, a move that may help alleviate some of the issues that plagued the app’s beta debut.
Users can also disable the feature on Android phones by visiting Settings > General > Accounts and checking the box next to Google Doc’s Google Account.
Google has been releasing updates to its app since last summer, but it hasn’t been without problems.
For example, some users were unable to edit their Google Doc accounts, despite the Google Doc apps being able to access their Google Accounts.
The latest update addresses the issue.
Users on iOS devices can disable the Google docs feature on their device by visiting the Settings app on the iOS app store.
Google has also made several updates to the app, with the most recent update coming on Tuesday, September 27, bringing support for Google Doc on iOS and Android devices.
The update also removes support for the new Google Photos app.
Users who have previously used the Google Photos feature can also enable it by visiting Google Photos on the Android app store, as long as the app is open.
Users also have the option to switch off Google Doc from their Android devices by visiting settings > Accounts.
The feature can be enabled or disabled by tapping on the box beside the Google Account, or by visiting a settings page.