For those of you unfamiliar with Quickoffice, this Google-branded application basically helps subscribers of Google Apps for Business manage their cross-platform productivity applications. Quickoffice users can access and edit Microsoft Office applications while saving compatible versions of the files to Google Drive, making it much easier to network with colleagues who use just Microsoft or Google’s set of apps.
Quickoffice has been available for iPad since December, but the latest update – version 6.0.1 – marks the first time the service is compatible with iPhone. What’s more, Android support is also included in the update, as well as access to Google Drive folders.
The update is free and available now, and the universal app is ready to download in iTunes for those of you who don’t have it but, like I said, it’s exclusively for Google Apps for Business subscribers.