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  • Google-Owned QuickOffice Made Available for the iPhone for Business Users


    After several months of waiting, Google has finally released a version of its QuickOffice app that is compatible with Apple’s iPhone, allowing Apps for Business customers to collaborate with colleagues who haven’t made the switch to Google Docs. The QuickOffice update brings the app to version 6.0.1 offering iPhone support for the first time since being released on iOS as an iPad only title in December. The software originally offered native apps for a variety of mobile platforms but Google cut support for that aspect after purchasing QuickOffice in mid-2012.

    QuickOffice is for Google Apps for Business customers only and provides users the option to view and edit Microsoft Office files like Excel and Powerpoint, while saving compatible copies of the files to Google Drive. The app is basically a bridge between Google Docs and Microsoft’s suite of productivity tools, filling the gap for users who use both tools. The free update also runs on Android devices and in turn brings in more collaborators into the fold.

    Aside from bringing new device support, the QuickOffice update now provides Apps for Business account holders' access to Google Drive folders, including Shared With Me, Starred, Recent and any subfolders, in-app.


    Those of you interested in trying out the 61.4 MB universal app can do so by downloading it from the App Store.

    Source: Google Enterprise (blog)
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Google-Owned QuickOffice Made Available for the iPhone for Business Users started by Akshay Masand View original post
    Comments 4 Comments
    1. bmwraw8482's Avatar
      bmwraw8482 -
      Too expensive...
    1. rickuk's Avatar
      rickuk -
      First impressions are very good, a free app to edit my spreadsheets on my phone
    1. cmwade77's Avatar
      cmwade77 -
      Huh? This App is free, how is it too expensive?

      Although, I will say I think DocsToGo is the program for mobile document management.
    1. slim.jim's Avatar
      slim.jim -
      Quickoffice destroyed two of my spreadsheets when edited on my iPad. I got my money back for it. I'm using DocumentsToGo now with out any issues.