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Google today made its QuickOffice suite for both iOS and Android free to use with a Google Account. QuickOffice is a cross-platform document editor that can manage and edit Microsoft Office documents. The app is downloadable for free on both iTunes and Google play for no charge. Better yet, Google says that those who login to the updated app by September 26th will receive a 10GB storage boost in Google Drive for the next two years.

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7 Responses to “Google-owned QuickOffice goes free on iOS and Android, 10GB of Drive space offered”

  1. ifunography says:

    Reply to iWork suite going free?

  2. Another app that slaps loyal paying users right in the processor. Glad it’s free, not so glad I paid for it already.

  3. Anyone know how long it takes to get the 10GB?

  4. sync the new free quickoffice with previous files from old quickoffice that was paid for but on diff device?