|Initial release||March 9, 2006|
|Operating system||Android, iOS, macOS, ChromeOS|
|Available in||100 languages|
Google Docs Editors is a web-based productivity office suite offered by Google within its Google Drive service. The suite includes Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Slides, Google Drawings, Google Forms, Google Sites, and Google Keep. It used to also include Google Fusion Tables until it was discontinued in 2019.
The Google Docs Editors suite is available freely for users with personal Google accounts: through a web application, a set of mobile apps for Android and iOS, and a desktop application for Google's ChromeOS.
The suite mainly competes with Microsoft Office and iWork software suites. It pioneered real-time collaborative editing since its inception in 2006, while Microsoft Office only introduced it in 2013. The suite can open and write Microsoft Office file formats.
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