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Organize your documents

Quickoffice's nifty file manager makes it easy to sift through your locally saved files, as well as those on your Google Drive. It even lets you create folders and move items around as needed.

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Microsoft Word on the go

It doesn't have all the features that your desktop editor has, but Quickoffice's Word editor is still powerful and intuitive. It even comes with tools to insert images and tables.

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Spreadsheets and such

Quickoffice's Excel editor can handle basic edits, formulas, charts, and more.

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Powerpoint capabilities

Unlike Google Drive, Quickoffice has the tools to create and edit presentations.

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Multitasking made simple

The tiled browser screen makes it easy work on and jump between several documents at once.

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Small-screen editing

Not just for tablets, Quickoffice lets you edit Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files on your phone too.

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