Quickoffice review

Quickoffice gives you the ability to open, create, or edit Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files on your iPhone or iPad. With this app, you can complete any task on the go, no matter what MS Office created the document you're working with.


Full editing features: This app offers a complete set of editing features for MS Office documents. In Word, for instance, you can track changes, or accept or reject changes made by others. Spell-check and Dictionary features are both fully functional, and you can quickly edit PowerPoints or make notes about each slide as you go.… Read more

Review: Create and view Office documents and presentations on the go with Quickoffice

Quickoffice gives you full control over your Office documents in a package that fits right in with the layout on most Android gadgets. It looks and feels like the Office reader Android has been sorely missing for years. You'd be hard pressed to find a more intuitive, sleek Office app for your phone or tablet without handing over some cash.

Quickoffice lets you view any Office documents -- whether they be spreadsheets, text, or even PowerPoint documents -- on your phone or tablet. Not only does it accept documents from your SD card, it also automatically syncs to your … Read more

Get 10GB extra space on Google Drive for linking with Quickoffice

Quickoffice, an application for working with Microsoft Office documents, was acquired by Google in June 2012. The apps on Android and iOS have helped users on mobile devices gain access to documents, spreadsheets, and presentations without going back to their desktops. It's been more than a year, but Google has finally started making some good changes for Quickoffice.

If you've never had a chance to try Quickoffice on your mobile device, now is the time, as Google has released a free copy on both the Play store and App Store. As a second added perk for trying … Read more

Google makes Quickoffice mobile app free for everyone

Google is trying to make it easier for everyone to work together, even those who "haven't gone Google yet."

The company on Thursday announced that its Quickoffice mobile app, for viewing and editing Microsoft Office files, is now free to anyone with a Google account. Previously, the app was only free to Google Apps for Business subscribers -- everyone else had to shell out $14.99 for the pro version or $19.99 for the pro HD version.

As a bonus, Google is offering an extra 10GB of Google Drive storage for the next two years to … Read more

Quickoffice - Google Apps 6.0.101 Review

Finding the best Office suite for your mobile device may seem like a daunting task. Quickoffice - Google Apps is the answer for paid business subscribers of Google Apps. If you're not subscribed to Google Apps service you may purchase a professional version of this app for a nominal fee. Either way, Quickoffice is an application with a lot to offer.

Quickoffice - Google Apps allows mobile users to access and edit Microsoft documents from Google Drive. Users can also save documents back to the Google Drive and rearrange the file structure located on the cloud service. Installation of … Read more

Google's Quickoffice comes to Android, iPhone

Some competitors would figure if you can't beat 'em, join 'em. But when it comes to Google's strategy for competing with Microsoft's productivity suite, the company is trying to do both in a way.

Last night, Google released Android and iPhone versions of its Quickoffice software for handling Office files. The software, which lets people view and edit Excel, Word, and PowerPoint files, runs natively on various devices the way Office does, not in the cloud the way Google Apps does.

The software, available to customers of the company's Google Apps for Business service, is on … Read more

Google Apps takes aim at Microsoft Office with Quickoffice integration

The Google enterprise team has published an update about how it is integrating Quickoffice and its office productivity solutions into Google Apps for business customers.

The primary focus of the update is to inform Google Apps customers about how to convert old Microsoft Office files to Google documents and then edit them directly in Quickoffice.

Jonathan Rochelle, director of product management for Google Drive, asserted in a blog post on Wednesday that the team has "incorporated Quickoffice conversion technology into this process so your Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint files look even better when you convert them to Google … Read more

View and edit Office format files on the iPhone with Quickoffice Pro

Quickoffice Pro for iPhone is an office productivity app that lets you work with most popular file formats on your iOS device. Quickoffice Pro is available through iTunes and other download sites. It installs easily. Quickoffice Pro is sold for $14.99, and there are versions specific to iPhone and iPad.

Quickoffice Pro was one of the first apps for the iPhone that supported all the popular Microsoft Office formats, and the software has continued to evolve and improve over the years. It consists of viewers and basic editors for document, presentation and spreadsheet files (so it opens and saves … Read more

How Microsoft might counter Google's Quickoffice move

Google Docs has made some inroads against Microsoft Office, but not nearly enough.

That's no doubt a big reason for Google's latest acquisition, Quickoffice, announced today. Now the question becomes will the cross-mobile-platform productivity suite Quickoffice give Google a better leg up against Microsoft's Office?

Quickoffice runs on iPhones, iPad, Android, Android tablets and Symbian devices. And Office 15, the coming version of Microsoft's productivity app suite, will run on Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows RT, Windows Phone and, perhaps soon the iPad and Android, too. The one-two punch of Office 15 (aka Office 2013, the … Read more

Google acquires cloud-based Quickoffice

Google has acquired Quickoffice, a cloud-based enterprise that provides mobile access office programs, Google announced today.

Quickoffice's software allows users to view, edit, and create Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents on their mobile device.

"Today, consumers, businesses, and schools use Google Apps to get stuff done from anywhere, with anyone and on any device," according to a Google blog post. "Quickoffice has an established track record of enabling seamless interoperability with popular file formats, and we'll be working on bringing their powerful technology to our apps product suite."

Both companies see the acquisition … Read more