The Google Spreadsheet, Google’s cloud-based spreadsheet, will not be used in any of its business transactions and will not have any future use, Google announced today.
This comes as no surprise, as the company’s $100 billion investment in Google was a big step forward for the company, and many are concerned about its future.
In an attempt to calm concerns about the viability of the company from investors, Google has decided to make the Spreadsheets app available on Google Drive.
Google is planning to release an app for Android and iOS later this year, and Google Drive has been available in the Google App Store for several months.
However, the new Google Spread Sheet app won’t be available to anyone, and will only be available for developers.
In other words, Google is making the app available for its own use.
“The Spreadsheets feature is a great addition to Google Drive and will be a core part of Google’s future,” said Google vice president of engineering Chris Sperling in a blog post.
“With Google Drive, we’re providing users with a unified way to collaborate across devices and platforms, while helping them to share and collaborate across their projects and projects on Drive.”
The app will be released in the coming weeks, but Google has said that the app will “never be used outside of the Google Drive platform.”
The new app will also include a “Google Drive app store” to allow users to access apps like Docs and Word, and there are plans to make it a “better place to find and purchase services and services for businesses.”
The company will also add an API to the Spreadsheet app, which will let developers integrate the app into existing Google services, like Drive.
According to Google, the app is available for “all Android, iOS, Chrome OS, Windows Phone, and Web browsers,” and Google will make it available on other platforms in the future.
There are no plans to include the app on the Google Play Store.
However Google has confirmed that the Android version of the app “will be available on the Play Store soon,” and “will work on most devices, including phones, tablets, PCs, Macs, and Windows.”