You can get 10GB storage in Google drive, absolutely free ! For that, you just have to link your Quick office account to Google drive. That’s all ! Cool, na ?
As you know, Quick office a free application from Google that lets users open and edit Microsoft Office file in their smart phones or iPads itself. Any user with a Google Account can use Quickoffice on their Android, iPhone, and iPad. Users with or without a Google Account can use Quickoffice in Google Chrome. With the app users can access documents, spreadsheets etc without going to the PC.
Earlier Quickoffice Pro was sold for $14.99 for iPhone and Android phones, while Quickoffice Pro HD was $19.99. Now Google says that both, Pro and Pro HD, will no longer be supported after March 31st, 2014 and users should switch to advanced, free versions. Interesting factor is that, you will get 10GB free storage in Google’s cloud storage- Google drive- if you are linking your Quick office and drive accounts by September 26,2013.
Google acquired Quick office in 2012 and made significant changes to the app recently. Now it comes with a refreshed icon, the ability to create .ZIP folders, and view charts in Excel® and PowerPoint® files. Moreover it works with several devices like tablets and smart phones, so no need to install separate versions for these devices. You can create file in phone and edit it in tablet, Google says.
“Everyone likes free stuff, which is why starting today we’re making Quickoffice available for free, for everyone. With Quickoffice, you can edit Microsoft® Office documents across your devices, giving you the freedom to work with anyone no matter what hardware or software they’re using.If you sign in to your Google Account from the new Quickoffice app for Android or iOS by September 26, 2013, an extra 10GB of Google Drive storage will be added to your account for two years (look for it in the next few weeks).” Alan Warren, vice president of engineering at Google, wrote in a blog post.
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