Google announces Quick Office app free for android and iPhone devices

Google announces its Quick office apps free for all, allowing users to admittance Microsoft Office documents on the cheap from their iOS or Android devices.

Google Quick office is integrated with Google Drive so you can securely and easily store and access your files crossways devices. Users who presently have Quick office for Google Apps for Business can update their app to the new version and will notice a new icon. You’ll also see a number of new qualities including the ability to create .ZIP folders and view charts in Excel and PowerPoint files.

Quick office was obtain by Google in June 2012 and was relaunched by the tech giant exclusively for Google Apps for Business users in December. Now, it has been reopened for free, for mobile devices.

The Quick Office apps are accessible via Google Play and the App Store. These are different from the previously released Quick office Pro and Quick office Pro HD apps, which will no longer be supported after 31-March-2014. They are also not completely well-suited with iOS 7, so Google suggested that current users switch to the updated, free versions.
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