Friday, September 20, 2013

Google make Quick office Free for Android and iOS for Everyone

Google is putting extra effort  to make it easier for everyone to work together Free of Cost.
On Thursday Google  announced that its Quickoffice mobile app, for viewing and editing Microsoft Office files, is now free to anyone with a Google account on Android and iOS. Earlier, the app was only free to Google Apps for Business subscribers -- everyone else had to shell out $14.99 for the pro version or $19.99 for the pro HD version.

With this offer 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.. Quickoffice is integrated with Google Drive so you can safely and easily store and access your files across devices. Users who currently have Quickoffice for Google Apps for Business can update their app to the new version and will notice a new icon.Quick office apps can be downloaded freely from Google Play and iStore

Quickoffice for iOS and Android lets users create, view, and edit Microsoft Office Excel, Word, and PowerPoint files on their mobile devices. The app is also integrated with Google Drive so files can be stored and accessed across devices.
Google added a few new features to the app as well, including the ability to create ZIP folders and view charts in PowerPoint and Excel. Google said people already using Quickoffice for Google Apps for Business can update to the new app.

 Quickoffice was acquired by Google in June 2012 and has been expanding its availability ever since.