For Google apps for business persons, this is the season of savings. At least that’s what Google thinks and for that they have picked this prefect year ending time for announcing the QuickOffice iPad version free of cost. The Android and iPhone versions will also soon reach the market.
The current free version requires an iPad running on iOS version 5.0 or above. Those who don’t have an account on Google Apps for Business can always try the QuickOffice Pro HD version which is priced at $7.99.
QuickOffice raised considerable hopes for persons who can’t live without the Microsoft Office files (97–10). The app made users view, create, edit and share Word, Excel and PowerPoint formats on their mobile devices.
As the app is linked with cloud storage services like Google Drive they were able to have instant access to their files rather than carrying their laptops all the time.
After Google acquired QuickOffice back in June this year, they leveraged the conversion tech and implemented that to Google Docs, Slides and Sheets for effective conversion with much data loss. You might have noticed certain Office features like Charts and Tables getting missed while being viewed on Google Docs.
If you have the QuickOffice app, it would be a better solution while on the go.