Sep 23, 2013
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Google Quickoffice free Download For Android and iOS and Grab 10GB of Google Drive storage

Google acquired Quickoffice in June 2012 and has been expanding its availability ever since. Quickoffice is a mobile productivity app that can lets you create or edit Microsoft Office documents, spreadsheets, and presentations on iOS devices. Google announced that Quickoffice is now free for iOS and Android users. If you recall, this app have actually been free for Google Apps for Business customers. Everybody else still had to pay for the apps. For now, Google is changing this policy and is making Quickoffice for iOS and Android available for free to everyone with a Google account.  That’s right, is for everyone.

Google Quickoffice free Download For Android and iOS and Grab 10GB of Google Drive storage

Quickoffice integrates with Google Drive so that you can access your files and folders from almost any platform and it will automatically scales down documents and allows you to access local files. “While the easiest thing to do is simply convert your old files to Google Docs, Sheets and Slides, Quickoffice gives you another way to work with people who haven’t gone Google yet,” Alan Warren, vice president of engineering at Google wrote.

The app includes a few new features as well, including a refreshed icon, the ability to create ZIP folders and view charts in PowerPoint and Excel. These are different from the previous version either Quickoffice Pro or Quickoffice Pro HD apps. Both these are also not completely compatible with iOS 7, so Google was highly recommended that current users switch to the updated, free version.

You can download the free versions now directly from Google Play or Apple’s App Store. The only requirement is that you need to sign in with your Google Account. As a bonus, Google is offering an extra 10GB of Google Drive storage for the next two years to anyone who signs up their Google account for the new Quickoffice app by September 26.

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