First off, Google Drive on Android is getting the same “card-style” UI that Google has been rolling out across its services from the new Maps to Google+ to Glass. Each card contains one image, message, video or link and you can swipe between them easily. To save a card from Drive onto your smartphone just choose to “download a copy.”
Next up is a new feature called “Scan” that lets your turn important documents into searchable PDF files. Just click “Scan” and transform any document into a readable PDF thanks to Optical Character Recognition (OCR), meaning you can find your document later through a simple text search in Drive.
Finally, the editing software in Google Sheets is getting an upgrade which will let you change font and spreadsheet sizes, change text cell colors and cell allignment all on your Android device. Drive also offers a Cloud Print service, meaning you can print a document straight from the cloud.
The update for Android is free and is available from Google Play now.