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Quickoffice for iOS and Android now Free, Comes with 10 GB Extra Google Drive Storage for 2 Years

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Quickoffice has been a popular product for those who needed to work with Microsoft Office documents on their mobile devices, but has always been a shareware product until now. Starting this week though, Google has released a new, free edition for iOS and Android that works seamlessly with Google Drive and comes with 10 GB of free extra Google Drive storage for two years.

Image courtesy of the Google Drive Blog.

The offer of free extra storage is available for a limited time, so if you are interested, then you will need to grab a copy of the latest version by September 26th.

From the Google Drive Blog: While we’re on the topic of free stuff, 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). So don’t let your hardware or software differences get in the way of true collaboration — download the new app and start working together today.

You can access the iOS and Android download links along with learning more about the new release of Quickoffice by visiting the blog post linked below.

Freeing Quickoffice for everyone [Google Drive Blog]

Akemi Iwaya is a devoted Mozilla Firefox user who enjoys working with multiple browsers and occasionally dabbling with Linux. She also loves reading fantasy and sci-fi stories as well as playing "old school" role-playing games. You can visit her on Twitter and .

  • Published 09/20/13

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