Sep 19 AT 3:06 PM Dima Aryeh 17 Comments

Quickoffice app now free, comes with 10GB extra Drive space for limited time


Quickoffice is one of the best document editing suites on Android. It allows you to edit, create and browse through documents, spreadsheets and other file types on your Android smartphone or tablet. It also supports Microsoft Office file types. And for a low price, it was absolutely worth it.

Google recently purchased Quickoffice, and the fruits of their labor have finally bloomed. The app is now being offered for free for both Android and iOS, so you can do your document creation and editing without paying a cent.

Best of all, if you download the app, you can get 10 extra gigabytes of Google Drive storage for free! Sign in with your Google account in the app by September 26 and you’ll receive that 10GB for two years. Don’t expect to see it immediately; Google says it’ll be added to your account in the next few weeks.

If you ever check documents from your Android device, go download the app by clicking on the widget! Get the 10GB of extra Drive space before it’s too late and enjoy!


Via: Engadget

Source: +Google Drive

Dima Aryeh is a Russian obsessed with all things car and tech. His time is split between gaming and fixing his racecar. He also does photography in his spare time.

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  • jamal adam

    Who doesn’t love an extra 10GB of storage for the next two years. Downloaded, installed, and signed-in.

    • apai

      10GB for two years.

      that’s lame. if it were forever, that would have been much more enticing

      • mattcoz

        It’s free, why complain?

        • donger

          I’ll take it.

      • Rob

        Anything you put into the 10GB you keep for life, it’s just if you haven’t filled it the extra unused space goes away after the 2 year mark.

        • shirley13

          my Aunty Quinn recently got a fantastic red Nissan Titan by working off of a pc. her latest blog…….

  • Pravas


    I think I had this app on my N8

  • scubabum

    Will test QuickOffice for the 10GB of Google Drive.
    It’s a win-win situation.

  • CTown

    I already got the app for free if you know what I mean… through Amazon’s “free paid app of the day” promotion!

    • rauelius

      Well, that’s at least ONE Google app on the Amazon App store.

  • patrick

    Is the only thing i can apply

  • jayraj singh chouhan

    nice pice i like this

  • Nicholas Vettese

    I had the app on the Amazon App Store, but I have since stopped using it. It was great in the beginning, but nothing was going on with that for some time, and the apps were starting to get lame.

    I think that this is a good move, but they need to definitely fix the PDF only option for Drive Docs.

  • nicotinemind

    Can’t even remember the last time I had anything to do with a .doc file. Do love the 10gb though, thanks.

    • donger

      Same here.

  • sebastianyuke

    Hey, why we get 10GB space if we can’t edit file within it? Seriously, i don’t understand

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