In 2012 Google bought QuickOffice and to date, he hadn’t made any big moves with her… until today. It has been known that this development, widely used among mobile device users, becomes completely free and, in this way, is even more attractive.
Therefore, editing and viewing of Office documents (including Microsoft ones) is entirely possible with this tool. But the good news regarding QuickOffice does not end here, since it has also been known that there is a promotion through which, if this application is installed before the September 26, 2013, you get 10 GB of free Drive space from Google, the rival of Dropbox.
The truth is that it is a very interesting possibility … since you only have to install the program and associate it with a Google account, something that is not complicated at all. By the way, from the moment this process is carried out, access to the account is automatic from QuickOffice and, it appears as one more unit in the application interface (such as the internal storage space and the microSD card in the case to have it).
A double whammy from Google
With this arrival, the Mountain View company manages to enhance the possibilities offered to users when using their own tools to use text documents and spreadsheets, and also at no cost (and discover what their plans were for QuickOffice ). Additionally, it takes an important step when it comes to position Drive as an option versus Dropbox. Without a doubt, these are currently the best options that exist when it comes to online storage.
To proceed with the installation you have to access this link from Play Store (it is necessary to uninstall QuickOffice if you have it on your device) and proceed as normal. The compatibility is wide, Android 2.2 regarding the operating system, and the download size is 17 MB. Once you have the development ready, managing Office documents is very simple and, best of all, free.