Google Doc, Google’s online docs service, was recently updated to add a new feature that lets you delete all of your documents, without having to download or install a new application. 

If you use the Google Reader app, which is an alternative to Google Doc on iOS, the new feature is available for Mac OS X and iOS. 

You can go to the Google Drive app, search for “Delete files” and hit “Delete all documents” to delete everything. 

Then you can use the “Delete” button in the “Edit” menu to save all of the documents you’ve deleted. 

To disable the feature, go to Settings > Documents and delete all your documents. 

In the event that you’re still using Google Doc as your online docs app, you’ll be able to get to your files by opening the Google File Explorer app. 

But, as we reported earlier this week, you can delete files in a different way on iOS using iCloud. 

Just swipe the “X” in the upper right corner of the app.