Users who needs to work with Microsoft Office Documents in their mobile phones are fully aware of Quickoffice, a shareware application for working with Microsoft Office documents. It gives users the facility to access their documents using mobile phones with ease. This week big news is, Google made Quickoffice free for Android and iOS, a big perk from Google for
Another big advantage for using Quickoffice for free is Google will give you an extra 10GB of free space on your Google Drive account if you link the Google Drive and Quickoffice by September 26. 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 grab this extra 10GB space for your Google Drive by downloading a new copy of Quickoffice for your smartphones and then sign-in with your Google account to link with Quickoffice. Android phones users will be able to pick their account from the pop-up menu and then grant access. The added space will takes a few weeks to appear in your Google Drive account.