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Get Quickoffice Free On Your Android and iOS Device Plus 10GB of Extra Storage

Google is offering Quickoffice mobile app free for everyone having a Google account. Quickoffice mobile app is used for viewing and editing Microsoft Office files.

Previously Quickoffice was free only to the users of Google Apps. Other users need to pay $14.99 for the pro version and $19.99 for the pro HD version. However, Google announced on Thursday that the Quickoffice app will be free to anyone with a Google account.

Quickoffice apps are available for Android, iPhone and iPad as well as for Google Chrome (Beta) users.

Get 10GB extra : A good news with the announcement is that Google is offering an extra 10GB of Google Drive storage for the next two years who sign up with their Google account by September 26.

Get rid of the older version first : If you are already using Quickoffice, first get rid of that app from your Android or iOS device and download the new app.

Once the Quickoffice app has been downloaded and installed to your device, open it and after reading the instructions provided, click on Get Started.

Next, enter your Google Account credentials and allow access to the app.

According to the post by Google, within the next few days, you'll get the free 10GB of storage space in your account.

Quickoffice features :
  • Single universal installation for all your Android and iOS (iPhone and iPad) devices.
  • The new app is optimized for the iPhone 5 screen.
  • Create ZIP files.
  • Text justification for the word editor as well as the ability to view charts in PowerPoint and Excel.
  • Data Encryption
  • Supports Single Sign On (SSO) for Android devices. This feature is not available on iPhone and iPad.
Another big advantage of using Quickoffice is that all your data resides on the Cloud. So your files are always accessible to you. You can also save the data on your local folder.

Download Quicoffice:

Download Quickoffice from Google Play for Android

Download Quickoffice from App Store for iPhone and iPad

Download Quickoffice from Chrome Web Store for Google Chrome (Beta)

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