Google purchased Quickoffice over the summer, but the popular productivity app isn't being put out to pasture just yet. In fact, Google's just given it an update that brings more integration into Google's own productivity suite, Google Drive. Show More Summary
At a steady clip, Google has been transforming both the Chrome browser and the Android mobile operating system into platforms that can compete directly with Microsoft's. Firing its latest salvo, in recognition of the fact that many enterprise...Show More Summary
The Google Android 4.4 KitKat OS is dealing a blow to Microsoft and we don’t mean Windows Phone 8. That’s because the new version of the Google Android OS platform ships with Google’s QuickOffice software. That platform allows Google users to quickly create, edit, and share Microsoft Office type document files. Show More Summary
With Android 4.4 KitKat, Google’s biggest blow to Microsoft isn’t against Windows Phone. It’s against Microsoft Office. You see, KitKat ships with Quickoffice, letting you edit Microsoft Office documents, spreadsheets,... Keep readi...
Recently, Google released a revamped version of Quickoffice for free to the Play Store. Now the company has two office suites with nearly identical interfaces. Which one should you use? Productivity blog Make Tech Easier attempted to answer that question. Read more...
If you've installed the Quickoffice app for Android or iOS 2 weeks ago, you'll now have 10 GB of free storage for 2 years. Check the Google Storage page, mouse over the chart and look for the "Quickoffice promotion". You only had to install a free app. Show More Summary
A weekly grouping of the apps that find their way onto our devices There's a new month on the calendar, but we're sticking to our schedule of bringing you the Apps of the Week column every Saturday. Once a week we round up a selection of apps from the writers here at Android Central and highlight them in a grouping for everyone to check out. Show More Summary
You can't say that the Google Drive crew isn't looking out for you. Following the transition of QuickOffice for Android and iOS into a freebie, the team is now blessing Google Docs with a slightly more attractive interface. First and...Show More Summary
Quickoffice is an app that allows users to open and edit Microsoft Office documents on their Android or iOS smartphones or tablets. The app is now free to use for those with a Google account, and users can also access Google Drive files through the app. Quickoffice is currently available to download from Google Play […]
Google makes QuickOffice free after acquiring it a year ago. With respectable mobile productivity offerings available for free, can Microsoft compete?
It’s been over a year since Google bought QuickOffice. There hasn’t been much movement since, but a new announcement sure has our hopes up. Back in April, Google had made QuickOffice free for Google Apps for Business customers, and now the office productivity suite is free for anyone on both Android and iOS devices. Show More Summary
This past week, Google announced the immediate availability of the free QuickOffice, one of the premier Office suites on the iPad. I remember because I considered buying (in fact, I may have) QuickOffice when doing this Comparison of...Show More Summary
Last week, Apple announced that it would be making its iWork for iOS suite available free of charge for new iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Now, Google has made its Quickoffice document editing app available for free as well. In...Show More Summary
Quickoffice is now available for free for those with a Google account, allowing users to edit their Microsoft Office documents on all of their iOS devices at no cost. The app integrates with Google Drive so that users can safely store and access files while being away from home. Also, to make things even better, [...]Show More Summary
Description This free app from Google lets you create and edit Microsoft® Office documents, spreadsheets and presentations on your Android phone and tablet. Sign in with your Google Account to save work in Google Drive, which gives you...Show More Summary
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This week, Alan Warren, VP of Engineering for Google Drive, announced on the Google Enterprise blog that Google has released updated Android and iOS versions of its Quickoffice app, a mobile competitor to Microsoft's Office suite of productivity apps. Show More Summary
While Microsoft dallies on bringing a standalone version of Office to phones and tablets, Google’s firing back by slashing the price of its QuickOffice apps to zero. The free app, which was previously restricted to Google Apps business users, is now available to all users on iOS and Android. Show More Summary
Google unveiled its QuickOffice for iOS and Android devices along with Drive support last year, allowing those on the go to be able to create and edit documents until they’re blue in the face. Unfortunately, QuickOffice comes at a price...Show More Summary