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We’re just a few days away from the start of Google I/O, the search giant’s annual developer conference, and while we actually know very little about what Google plans to announce during its massive, 3-hour keynote on Wednesday, there is something brewing in Mountain View that has Microsoft’s Office division on edge. Show More Summary
Apple doesn’t offer an all-in-one office suite, so users who want to handle these tasks on their tablet must turn to a third-party solution. One of the most popular is QuickOffice Pro HD, a $19.99 iOS productivity suite that is actually owned by Google. Show More Summary
Last year, Google acquired Quickoffice, a mobile app for editing Microsoft Office files. The app is still available and it's not free. It's probably the only mobile Google app that's not free (there's a free version for Google Apps for Business users).Google started to port Quickoffice to Chrome OS, first as a Microsoft Office viewer. Show More Summary
Gmail's autocomplete now includes past searches, Twitter updates its mobile apps, QuickOffice is now free for Google Apps users, and SkyDrive for iOS adds iPhone 5 and iPad Mini support. More »
Posted by Mark Beaton, Quickoffice Product Manager One of the easiest ways to share old files and collaborate with others is to convert them to Google Docs, Sheets and Slides. However, not everyone you work with has gone Google yet.Show More Summary
Google is releasing a version of QuickOffice for Android & iPhone. Microsoft should perhaps be concerned.
Google Apps for Business users can now edit Microsoft Office files using Quickoffice on iPhone and Android, the company announced today. Already available on the iPad, the tool is made for people who use Google’s office products to be...Show More Summary
Both Android and iOS users have been clamoring for a version of Microsoft Office on their respective devices for years now, with Microsoft reportedly losing $2.5 billion in possible revenue for every year a mobile version Microsoft Office...Show More Summary
QuickOffice, now available for Android and iPhone, lets people view and edit files stored in Microsoft Office file formats. It integrates with the Google Drive service. (Credit: Google) Some competitors would figure if you can't beat 'em, join 'em. Show More Summary
Quickoffice for iPad became a free perk for Google Apps business subscribers back in December, and now Mountain View has extended the offer to its Android app, and made its iPad application iPhone-compatible. By wielding the office suite, users can edit, create and view Excel, Word and PowerPoint files that reside on Google Drive. Show More Summary
Google is now providing a way to edit and create Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents for Google Apps for Business users Google Drive is pretty slick. It allows you to collaborate, edit on the fly, and create documents and easily share them. Show More Summary
Acquired by Google last June and updated last October, Quickoffice for iPad is a great solution for iPad owners to work with Office files, especially ones that aren’t supported in Google Docs. Today, the company announced that its bringing the app to Android, as well as a version to the iPhone. The app will let [...]Show More Summary
After months of waiting, Google has finally released a version of its Quickoffice app that is compatible with Apple's iPhone, allowing Apps for Business customers to collaborate with colleagues who haven't made the switch to Google Docs.
After releasing a free version of the Quickoffice iPad app for its Google Apps for Business customers back in December, Google today announced free iPhone and Android versions of the app exclusively for its Apps for Business customers. Google Apps for Business can already edit Microsoft Office files using Quickoffice on an iPad, and starting [...]
Google on Wednesday announced the release of Quickoffice for Android and iPhone, available gratis for all its Apps for Business customers. If you fit the bill, you can download the... Keep reading ?
At its Chromebook Pixel event yesterday, Google didn’t just launch its new premium Chromebook but the company also announced that it is porting Quickoffice, the mobile productivity app that brings Microsoft Office to iOS and Android, to the web through Native Client and Chrome. Show More Summary
Now we know what Google's plan was for QuickOffice when it acquired the company last summer. The search giant is hard-wiring it into Chrome OS, and the new Chromebook Pixel will be the first Chromebook to run QuickOffice via the browser. When Google swallowed up QuickOffice it said it was buying the software because of its interoperability features. Show More Summary
Google has issued an update to its free Google Drive app for iPhone and iPad that adds some welcome new features and tweaks some existing ones. Version 1.2.2 of Google Drive brings a welcome enhancement for iOS shutterbugs in the form...Show More Summary
Google Drive has just received an update that adds some new features as well as improvements for existing ones. New features include the ability to upload multiple photos and images at once as well as the ability to open and save Quickoffice documents directly to Google Drive. Show More Summary