Google has released a new update for Quickoffice iOS and Android app this month, which further deepens the integration of Google Drive into the application.
Google has bought the Quickoffice, a free alternate to Microsoft’s Office tools in last June and now comes the update to make it tighten with it’s own product, Google Drive. This updates will let the users automatically open the Google Docs, slides and spreadsheets in the Drive app, when both the Google Drive and Quickoffice apps are present in your smartphones or tablets.
Last September, Google made the Quickoffice free (also in iOS App Store) with the free 10GB of Google Drive storage and this update along with some bug fixes refreshes the application to attract more downloads.
Using this application, you can create and edit Microsoft Office documents, excel spreadsheets as well as PowerPoint presentations on your mobile phones and you can save it on Google Drive by signing in with your Google Account, where you will get up tp 15GB of free storage. These files can be accessible anywhere on your mobile phones, tablets and desktop/laptop computers.
You can download the latest version of Quickoffice app from Google Play (Android) or App Store (iOS).