10,000,000 - 50,000,000 downloads
- Intuitive UI
- Create, edit and share text documents, spreadsheets and presentations
- Open and view PDF
- Attach documents to e-mail
- Editing options
- Scrollable frames feels messy
Quickoffice is a free app from Google that lets you create and edit Microsoft® Office files on your phone and tablet
Now it's even easier creating, editing and accessing content on the cloud while you are away from a desktop computer. Google has made it simple with Quickoffice, the ultimate app for creating word documents, spreadsheets and presentations from your Android mobile device. Besides, the 15GB of free storage users get when creating a Google Account, those who download and sign in this app before September 26th 2013, we'll get extra 10GB in their Google Account for two years.
QuickOffice has been set in a user-friendly interface, with that minimalist touch that defines Google. From the dashboard you can access Recent documents, your Google Drive and your mobile device's internal storage. The latter is especially useful if you want to backup/restore any file to your Android phone or tablet. You can create any document in a few tabs, edit font size, font style, attach pictures and shapes, set paragraphs, line spacing and page breaks... All the basic features to guarantee that your documents created on-the-go look as good as the desktop ones.
Obviously, it comes with spellcheck, word search and "sort by" features to make easy navigation through the app. Besides, you can open and view PDF files, attach those files to e-mail and set "sharing" privacy options. Sections are set in scrollable frames that can be adjusted at your whim. Although those frames are quite useful, implementation is not ideal: it feels kind of messy.
In brief, a must-have app for students, editors and anyone that uses these tools at the office.
With Quickoffice and a Google Account you can:
- Create and edit Word, Excel and PowerPoint files
- Access files in Google Drive and on your device
- Open and view PDF files
- Share files through previously shared Google Drive folders
- Attach files to emails
- Better support for the visually impaired
- Improved support for keyboards
- Enhanced mobile help with offline access
- User interface improvements
- Performance improvements and bug-fixes
- Support for older versions of Android: ICS and JellyBean
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Emmanuel Lund.
You need internet for this its bad i just need to open word file!!!
NÃ£o instala no Motorola Xoom.
Apresenta o erro "autoridade da operadora duplicada"
AlguÃ©m sabe como corrigir?
Save option is grayed out and while trying to save with "save as" an error message pops out showing error while saving and every time i open a file it shows I have to restore the file. Mine is a nexus 4 kitkat 4.4.3. Please help
hello, please open odfs asap. until then stop calling it office. thank you very much.
Works great to open up files !
There is a bug in the file save/load feature leading to unrecoverable files. I have used this program for a while and today yet another file I have been making incremental edits to for weeks was flushed down the drain by OpenOffice. It's burned me too many times now. Avoid.
Quite satisfied with the latest update. Now at least it looks like some love child of the old Quickoffice Pro and TextMaker Pro. I'm still looking for a way to scroll quickly to the end of the file while I'm on either page view and text reflow view, and at least that's now possible in page view. Believe me, Google, that feature is an important one. Please put that in the reflow view as well. Imma