The Quickoffice mobile app can be used for both iOS and Android devices to create, view and edit Microsoft Office files such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint. The app can also be integrated with Google Drive, so files can be stored and accessed across devices.
As a bonus, Google has seen fit to offer an extra 10GB of Google Drive storage for the next two years to users that signed up for their Google account by September 26. In addition, Google has also added a new features to the app, such as the ability to create ZIP folders and view charts in PowerPoint and Excel.
“Converting old files to Google Docs, Sheets and Slides is still the easiest way to share and work together, and we’re working every day to make the files you convert look better,” said Alan Warren, Engineering VP, Google Drive.
Google previously acquired Quickoffice in June 2012 and has been expanding its availability ever since. Though the company has been investing on the software’s resource, its long-term goal is to transition people to use its web-based productivity tools.