Google today announced strategies to make its Quickoffice software free to all users. Quickoffice, which was reestablished on iOS last year after Google bought the software business, is made to allow Google individuals to view and modify Microsoft Workplace files. Google’s choice to make Quickoffice offered free of charge comes after Apple announced that its own iWork software (along with iPhoto and iMovie) would be provided for free of cost with brand-new iPhones, iPads, and iPod touches.

Google is presenting a newly combined Quickoffice app that supports both the iPad and the iPhone. The app likewise incorporates with Google Drive storage, letting users conserve and access files from anywhere. Previous variations of Quickoffice have been eliminated from the App Shop, and Google is motivating existing users to download the brand-new app.

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Everyone likes free of cost things, which is why beginning today we are making Quickoffice readily available totally free, for everybody. With Quickoffice, you can edit Microsoft ® Workplace papers across your devices, giving you the flexibility to work with anybody no matter what hardware or software they are making use of.

Quickoffice also incorporates seamlessly with Google Drive storage so you can safely access your files from anywhere. And while the simplest thing to do is merely change your old files to Google Docs, Sheets and Slides, Quickoffice gives you another way to deal with people who have not gone Google yet.

Google’s newly released Quickoffice app likewise offers a variety of brand-new functions, including a renewed icon, the capability to create. ZIP folders, and view charts in Excel and PowerPoint files.

Google is offering users who sign into their Google Accounts from the Quickoffice app by September 26, 2013 an additional 10GB of Google Drive storage for the next 2 years.
Quickoffice can be downloaded from the App Shop free of charge.