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This week at 148Apps, E3 connected the Xbox with iOS devices, Give a Day HD showed children how to share, and Google gobbled QuickOffice. It's all below this cute little blurb. Ain't that nice?
Google recently announced its acquisition of Quickoffice, the popular productivity suite available for both iOS and Android devices. The software suite allows users to open and edit Microsoft Office documents, namely MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents from the aforementioned mobile devices. The exact amount involved in the deal has not yet been disclosed. Google [...]Show More Summary
Google shook up the mobile business landscape by announcing its acquisition of mobile office powerhouse Quickoffice. That move might not seem terribly large, but it creates a very different and unexpected dynamic in the business mobility world. It also sets up a showdown over business capabilities that could have lasting ramifications. Why is this move [...]Show More Summary
Google has purchased mobile app maker QuickOffice.
Google has acquired London-based mobile productivity firm Quickoffice in a bid to bolster its Apps platform. The company said that it had completed its purchase of the mobile document editing tool maker for an undisclosed sum.
Google has acquired Quickoffice, developer of the popular Microsoft Office compatible document editing suite for iOS devices and other mobile platforms. The Quickoffice series of apps allows iOS device users to view, edit and share Microsoft...Show More Summary
If you had any doubt that Google is serious about getting its applications and platforms entrenched in small businesses and large enterprises, just take a look at its newly announced acquisition of Quickoffice. Disclosed immediatelyShow More Summary
Today’s mobile news roundup features a few interesting developments: Google acquires Quickoffice, Virgin Mobile has a prepaid iPhone, Nokia updates its feature phone line, and an emergency phone that runs on a single AA battery. Google...Show More Summary
Microsoft is letting internal politics get in the way of satisfying the Office using public whom own iPads. Today's story in the New York Times about Google buying QuickOffice and the efforts from Google to bolster their GoogleApps integration is key to the aquisition. Show More Summary
Google on Tuesday announced the acquisition of Quickoffice, a software design firm that creates apps for viewing and editing Microsoft Office documents. Google has been focusing much of its effort on the office productivity sector, specifically through its Google Docs application. Some analysts believe the acquisition will help aid Google in the creation of its [...]Show More Summary
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Google has acquired Quickoffice, a start-up that makes a set of applications for iPads and Android tablets that let people open and edit Microsoft Office files. The deal will put additional pressure on Microsoft to release a version of Office for the iPad. Such a project is already under way at Microsoft, though important details still need to be worked out.
Google buys mobile app Quickoffice in what could be preemptive strike on Microsoft's plans to bring Office to tablets.
Google has acquired the makers of an office productivity suite called Quickoffice, according to a statement posted on Google’s blog on Tuesday. Quickoffice does for mobile devices what Google Docs did for the Web by allowing people to...Show More Summary
The Quickoffice apps could counter Microsoft's Win 8 on ARM pitch to enterprise.
The web giant says it's buying the maker of mobile office software for its file-format prowess.
Google has just announced that they’re getting into office apps (again). QuickOffice, a decade old developer of office apps, now belongs to Google. The sale price hasn’t been disclosed yet, but it looks to me like Google was interested...Show More Summary
As enterprises consider alternatives to Microsoft Office in the cloud era, Google is zipping along with Enterprise Apps and now QuickOffice and IBM has IBM Docs in beta but all is fairly quiet on the OpenOffice mobile/cloud front. Xform Computing is one developer trying to take OpenOffice to the mobile masses.