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Google’s Quickoffice App for iOS and Android Goes Free

Just ten days after Apple’s announcement to make iWork free for new iOS devices, Google has decided to offer its Quickoffice suite for free, to both iOS and Android users. To make things even more interesting, Google offers that if you sign in to your Google Account from the Quickoffice app by September 26, 2013, you get 10GB of extra Google Drive storage space for two years. Sweet!

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Using Google’s Quickoffice, users can easily edit Microsoft Office documents across their tablets and smartphone devices. Quickoffice also integrates seamlessly with Google Drive storage, allowing users to access their documents from just about anywhere. At the same time, users can also convert their old files to Google Docs, Sheets and Slides using the Quickoffice app.

“You can get the new, free Quickoffice app for Android and iOS phones and tablets on Google Play and in the App Store. Simply sign in with your Google Account to start editing Microsoft Office documents, spreadsheets and presentations on mobile. You’ll also notice a number of new features, including a refreshed icon, the ability to create .ZIP folders, and view charts in Excel® and PowerPoint® files. Plus, the new app works across devices so you don’t have to worry about installing separate versions anymore when you go from using your phone to editing on your tablet.”

You can grab Quickoffice for free from the App Store at the following link:

Download Quickoffice For iPhone, iPod touch and iPad [Direct Link]

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  • Fletch

    According to the first line in the App description, “*** THIS APP IS FOR GOOGLE APPS FOR BUSINESS SUBSCRIBERS ONLY *** ”

    That isn’t me. I don’t subscribe to Google Business apps.

  • http://www.iphoneincanada.ca/ Gary

    Dear Fletch:

    “What’s New in Version 6.1.0
    Quickoffice is now free for anyone with a Google Account.”

    This is you. The service is now free for the masses. Enjoy :)

  • Rykmann

    Spent $ 20 on QuickOffice HD – now forced to use the “free version” which does not have Dropbox and Evernote support.