British graphic novelist, author, blogger, and iPad fan Warren Ellis answering a query about which iPad apps he's found useful/productive cites the text editors Plaintext and iA Writer, Quickoffice for iPad, Bamboo Paper or Notes Plus for graphics, and "Dropbox Dropbox Dropbox. All the writing programs hook into Dropbox. It’s essential."
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Google made some announcements today regarding its work with the Quickoffice team since acquiring the company back in June. On top of noting work to take advantage of Quickoffice conversion technology in Google Docs, Google is launching a free version of the QuickOffice iPad app exclusively for Google Apps for Business customers today. There are [...]
It’s harder these days to avoid paying if you want to use Google Apps, but the news isn’t all bad. Google is offering a free copy of QuickOffice for iPad to existing Apps customers. More »
Google has introduced a free iPad app for Quickoffice, a company that offers tools to use Microsoft applications on mobile devices, which Google purchased earlier this year. The app, which is only available for Google Apps for Business...Show More Summary
If Google recently caught you off-guard with its announcement that Google Apps would move to a $50 per user model, perhaps some free software will help restore balance to your world. Today, the company announced a free version of Quickoffice for the iPad, which is an exclusive perk for users of Google Apps for Business. Show More Summary
Google just announced that it has launched a free version of the Quickoffice for iPad app for all of its Apps for Business customers. The app lets you view, edit and create Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint files ('97 - '10) and uses Google Drive to store files in the cloud. Android and iPad versions, Google says, "are on the way."
Google on Wednesday announced the Quickoffice iPad app has been made gratis for its all Apps for Business customers. If you fit the bill, you can download the app now... Keep reading ?
9to5Mac has once again scoured the App Store for all the latest app launches, price drops, noteworthy news, and updates, and we have compiled everything in a roundup below. Check it out, but keep coming back as we continually refresh the list throughout the day. News 1. Pocket God | 99 cents Bolt Creative plans to launch the 47th [...]
It seems that quite a few apps have gone on sale today, but I haven't seen them advertised on the the Google Play page, so here's what we have: Quickoffice Pro - $0.99 (was $14.99) The Adventures of Tin Tin - $0.99 (was $6.99) The Amazing...Show More Summary
QuickOffice Pro HD — an app which takes not only its feature-set but its naming conventions from Microsoft Office — has gotten a big, big new feature. Now you can not only edit office documents, but you can track changes and comments in DOC and DOCX files. Lawyers, editors, authors and anyone else forced to [...]Show More Summary
Many apps updated, went on sale, or made announcements recently, and 9to5Mac gathered the most noteworthy ones in our regular round up below. Today’s selection includes a couple of announcements by Adobe and MyFitnessPal, a big update from QuickOffice, a few smaller tweaks to popular games and apps, and notable price drops. Per usual, we [...]
While some may still scoff at the iPad as a productivity powerhouse, thanks to spectacular software and, optionally, a kickass portable keyboard, the smart and savvy among us know the iPad can be the best way to get things done while on the go. Show More Summary
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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