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Lilbits: Google apps get a makeover, AYA Neo 2 portable gaming PC is coming in October

Android tablets have been around for almost as long as Android phones at this point, but Google has long treated the platform as an afterthought. But with a growing number of foldables that work like both phones and tablets (and with a new Pixel tablet coming next year), the company has promised to update many of its key apps to support devices with larger screens.

And today the company unveiled updates for Workspace apps, including Google Drive, Sheets, Slides, Keep and Chrome, which should make them a bit more useful on tablets and other larger devices.

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