Google has made its Quickoffice app free for iOS and Android users, allowing users to edit and produce Microsoft Office documents on their mobile devices. Quickoffice offers seamless Google Drive storage, where users can upload their documents and have them converted to the Google docs format.
In addition to being able to edit and create spreadsheets, slides and other Office documents, users can also create .ZIP files and view Excel and PowerPoint files. Quickoffice works across multiple devices, so that the most recent version of your document is accessible whether you are using your phone, tablet or PC.
Google is also offering 10GB of free Google Drive storage for every user who signs in to their Google account from the Quickoffice app by September 26th. So jump on it!
[Via: Google Drive Blog]
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