Google makes Quickoffice free, gives you 10GB of extra Drive storage


TS Evangelist
More than a year after acquiring mobile documents editing suite Quickoffice, Google has decided to slash its price down to zero, and is throwing in 10GB of Google Drive storage for the next two years to anyone who links Quickoffice...

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TechSpot Paladin
I consider 10GB of storage for two years to be negative value. I also don't like that as a Quickoffice Pro user I get to hear about this from the media. I'm also not sure why Google is releasing this now without full Drive support.

All in all it's not a bad move, but I still would have liked Google to handle things differently.

Jad Chaar

Elite Techno Geek
That 10GB of space for two years? No thanks. I will just have to pay in 2 years if I use more than what I get free. Just another marketing ploy by Google.