Google today revealed that it will certainly be eliminating its Quickoffice application from Apple’s App Store in the coming weeks.


The technique comes as Google aims to incorporate Quickoffice into its Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides applications.

Current individuals of Quickoffice will certainly have the ability to continue utilizing the app, nevertheless new users will not have the ability to download and install the app once it is taken out.

Quickoffice for iOS was originally presented in 2013 and was designed to enable individuals to watch and modify Microsoft Office data, with its launch coming after the news of Apple’s iWork suite for iOS. Quickoffice also showcased combination with Google Drive storage option, in addition to the ability to produce. ZIP folders and view graphes.

For customers aiming to continue using Google’s online office suite on iOS, the business’s Google Docs [Direct Link], and Google Sheets [Direct Link] app can be downloaded and install from the App Store at no cost. Google Slides for iOS will be launched in the near future.

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