Quickoffice has more editing features than Google Drive, but it's still no match for the more robust and visual Kingsoft Office app.
Mobile editing app Quickoffice, which lets you open and edit Google Docs and Microsoft Office files, is no more.
We take a look at Google's recently updated app, which lets you edit Microsoft Office files on your Android device.
Have you wanted to check out Quickoffice in the past so you could edit Microsoft Office documents from your mobile device with ease? Google has just introduced two new perks since its acquisition of the application. Read on to find out what they are!
Google's Quickoffice apps for iOS and Android, that let users view and edit Microsoft Office files, are now free to anyone with a Google account.
Sharpening one side of its dual-pronged strategy for competing against Microsoft Office, Google brings its Office file-editing software to the top mobile devices.
You can now edit Microsoft Office documents in Google Docs without any messy file conversions.
Google Apps makes an anti-Microsoft Office play as it continues to integrate Quickoffice into the fold.
After tying its standalone word-processing app to its Google Drive cloud-storage service, Google reintroduces it as a separate entity, letting people store files locally and work offline.
Google's bought Quickoffice, which makes apps that let you edit Microsoft Office documents on mobile gear.