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Google set to kill word-processing app ‘Quickoffice’

Washington, Jul 1 (ANI): Google recently announced that it is murdering Quickoffice, a word-processing app for Android and iOS.

The app will no longer come preloaded on Android devices, and in a entrance weeks it’ll disappear from Google Play and a Apple App Store, CNET reported.

However, existent users can still use it, though Google will no longer supports it and won’t pull out any new updates.

Google didn’t discuss a reason for a action, though progressing this year Google introduced standalone apps for
Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides, radically relocating all a modifying facilities from Quickoffice to those apps.

Users now will need to download all 3 if we work with documents, spreadsheets, and presentations on your mobile device, while word-search/quickoffice.html” Quickoffice could revise all of those files in one place. (ANI)

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