If you thought the only software launch of note this week was the new iOS, think again. Google announced Quickoffice for iOS and Android, which includes 10 GB of Drive space. It brings the native support for Microsoft Office formats to your device, for free. It means that documents, spreadsheets, and presentations no longer need to be converted to the Google Docs format (or, for that matter, over into Keynote for Apple functionality). It also provides for the creation of .zip documents to save space; it’s also available for free right now.
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