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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 Google accounts and gives you full access to your Google docs. Since it's designed by Google, it offers a direct port of Google Docs' online layout, which makes it look and feel like one of Android's default apps. In addition to viewing documents, you can create text documents, spreadsheets, and presentations with all of the tools you'd expect. You can edit fonts, layouts, and even use some premade themes. The app saves with the same formats you'd use in Microsoft Word, so you can transfer your work right from your mobile gadget to a computer without any need to convert.
If you need to work on your smartphone or tablet for any reason, you need this app. Quickoffice supercharges any mobile gadget, turning it into a full-featured document-processing machine. Google has another home run on its hands with this awesome app.
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 up to 15GB of free storage and lets you access your files from any mobile device or computer. With Quickoffice and a Google Account you can:
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