Important changes for existing Quickoffice Pro and Pro HD users
As of September 19, 2013, Quickoffice has released a free and universal app for all Android and iOS devices. For existing Quickoffice Pro and Quickoffice Pro HD users, you can continue to use your existing apps, although moving to the new app will allow you to take advantage of new features and updates to the product.
If you want to continue using Quickoffice Pro or Pro HD, please note that:
- Specifically for iOS users, Quickoffice Pro and Pro HD are not fully compatible with iOS 7 and some features may not work.
- After March 31, 2014, all cloud storage services will become unavailable on Quickoffice Pro and Quickoffice Pro HD, including Google Drive.
For these reasons, we recommend downloading the new Quickoffice app. The bulk of the features in the new app are the same as before, including being able to open and edit Microsoft Office and PDF files, but there are a few changes worth noting:
- Quickoffice is now free to download for all users of Android and iOS devices, and downloads require users to sign up for a Google Account or sign in with an existing account to access the new app.
- All new downloads will install the new app, which is titled "Quickoffice" across all devices and avoids the need to download separate versions of the app for different devices. Quickoffice Pro and Pro HD apps are no longer available for download.
- When you download the new app, you will have access to both the new app and the existing Pro or Pro HD app on your device (if applicable).
- The new app works closely with Google Drive to provide a unified cloud storage solution where you can access, edit, and store your files. Other cloud storage providers are not supported in the app. If you have files stored with a cloud service provider other than Drive, you may want to transfer the files to Drive for continued ease of access and editing of files.