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

  1. Did NOT receive the 10GB boost. Checked 24 hours after installed and logged into QuickOffice. https://www.google.com/settings/storage/summary

  2. Luc Suy says:

    Here is a post on Google+ from the official Google Drive page.
    http://goo.gl/lytR3k
    Freeing Quickoffice for everyone

    Starting today we’re making Quickoffice for Android and iOS available for free, for everyone. With Quickoffice, you can edit Microsoft® Office documents across your devices, giving you the freedom to work with anyone no matter what hardware or software they’re using. Plus, it’s integrated with Google Drive storage so you can safely access your files from anywhere. 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, you’ll get an extra 10GB of Google Drive storage for two years, which will be added to your account in the next few weeks.

    Download Quickoffice for Android: http://goo.gl/Y5TQxz
    Download Quickoffice for iPhone and iPad: http://goo.gl/m21Uhp

    And this one states that the 10MB ‘is on its way’
    http://goo.gl/5sY8fH
    Just a quick reminder that when you sign in to your Google Account from the new Quickoffice app before September 26, 2013, your 10GB storage upgrade in Google Drive will take a few weeks to appear — but it’s on its way!

  3. what’s your source about the 10GB boost ??? it’s not written anywhere on the description of the application.

  4. I didn’t get any Drive space when I logged into the app. Is there something special I need to do besides log in?