Google making Quickoffice app free for everyone. The decision comes just after Apple decided to make its iWorks suite free to users. Google says, everyone likes free stuff, which is why starting today we’re making Quickoffice available for free, for everyone. Now Google’s Quickoffice for Android and iOS apps are free for everyone. The new free Quickoffice app for Android and iOS phones and tablets now available on Google Play and in the App Store (download links available after end of post)
Quickofficeapplication was already free for Google Apps subscribers, but now anyone can get access to the apps for free.Quickofficelet mobile userscreate and edit Microsoft Office documents, spreadsheets and presentations on an Android or iOS device. With Quickoffice, you can simply convert your old files to Google Docs, Sheets and Slides. Quickoffice also integrates seamlessly with Google Drive storage so you can safely access your files from anywhere.
User will get a bonus with the newly free apps, if user sign in to their Google Account from the new Quickoffice app for Android or iOS by September 26, 2013, an extra 10GB of Google Drive storage will be added to their account for two years.
Google has added a number of new features to Quickoffice,including a refreshed icon, the ability to create .ZIP folders, view charts in Excel and PowerPoint files and more. According to Google, the new QuickOfficeapps work across all devices, so users won’t have to worry about installing separate versions.