Quickoffice for Android and iOS update rolls out

Quickoffice for Android and iOS has been updated, propelling the app to version 6.0.1. While the utility had earlier been compatible with the iPad, this upgrade has caused it to evolve so as to support the iPhone for the first time.

Solely targeted at Apps for Business customers, the revamped software authorizes users to interact with those who haven’t crossed the Google Docs threshold. It serves as a bridge between the office suite of Google and Microsoft. What’s more, it also draws together Drive contents falling under ‘Shared With Me’, ‘Starred’ and ‘Recent’ along with showcasing subfolders.

Quickoffice for Android

Even though the company has made this tool available for free, subscriptions for Apps for Business will demand every customer to pay $5 per month or $50 per annum. Fulfilling these conditions will present people with 25GB inbox storage, 5GB Drive space, a video chat option, a custom email address and more.

Moving on, the app in question permits creating, viewing and editing Microsoft office tools such as Word documents, Excel spreadsheets and PowerPoint presentations. By employing this, users can opt to modify colors, fonts and backgrounds as well as attach pictures. Over and above this, functions of this utility even allow crafting, altering and managing Drive folders, converting text to speech and vice versa, in addition to other such benefits.


While iPad and iPhone loyalists will be able to track changes, add comments and check spellings, those on Android will not be given the advantage of the former two functions. Since we have begun mentioning the differences, let’s add a few more points in this context.

The Google Play store solely mentions the service being developed for Apps for Business users in its ‘What’s New’ section, whereas the App Store comprises of a few more additions. More Drive accounts than one are supported, Quicksheet and Quickpoint proffer improved charts and it is now possible to create and share ZIP folders through multiple files. A few bug fixes and performance improvements have been undertaken apart from the aforementioned changes.

Drive Options

The updated Quickoffice for Android and iOS supports English, Chinese, Dutch, French, and German amongst a few other dialects. Anyone with a device running Google’s mobile OS version 2.2 and up as well as Apple products driven by iOS 5 or higher will find the tool ready for downloading in their respective app stores.