Google announces Quickoffice apps for Android and iOS platforms
Few months ago Google acquired the company behind the Quickoffice app. It was just one of the many purchase of companies that the company has realized this year with big plans ahead. Now we see the first more significant results of teaming up between Quickoffice and Google. The mobile giant has just introduced the new versions of Quickoffice compatible for Android and iOS. Users of the app can get it for free from Google Play Store and App Store. If this offer is not tempting enough for you to give it a try, the company is providing 10GB storage for free in Google Drive. The promo-offer is time-limited and will be available for users of Quickoffice apps that sign in through their Google accounts until 26th of September.
This practical application enables users to edit PowerPoint, Excel and Word documents on their smartphones. There aren’t official statistics showing the number of smartphone owners who use or are willing to use this feature, but if you do, this is a great app for you. The cross-platform Quickoffice app gives you all the tools and instruments you need on the go to edit a document. Thanks to the 10GB storage in Google Drive, you can make your work easier and faster. Among the key-features of the app are the possibility to create .ZIP folders, to view charts in Excel documents and PowerPoint presentations etc.
The older versions of the app are no longer available in Google Play Store. The size of the file of the Quickoffice for the Android platform is 17MB. As we mentioned above, it is free and comes with 10GB Google Drive storage. The app is compatible with OS Android 2.2 and newer. It can be downloaded from Google Play Store – HERE. The size of the iOS app is 59.8MB. It works on iOS 5.0 or newer. You can download it from the App Store – HERE.
Source: Google Drive Blog