Google Apps for Business users have been given the opportunity to get QuickOffice for Android and the iPhone for free.
Quickoffice allows users to edit Excel, Powerpoint, and Word documents and save them to their Google Drive clouds. Companies that use Google Apps for Business are allowed to use the program for free. Until recently, the software suite was only available for the iPad.
"Google Apps for Business can already edit Microsoft Office files using Quickoffice on an iPad, and starting today they can do the same on iPhone and Android devices," wrote Quickoffice product manager Mark Beaton in a blog post.
"From Word to Excel to Powerpoint, you can make quick edits at the airport or from the back of a taxi and save and share everything in Google Drive."
Quickoffice is a mobile productivity suite that Google bought the rights to last year. The suite is offered as a part of the Google Apps for Business programme. Google's enterprise offering is a monthly charged productivity suite that gives users access to Google Apps and storage.
The Quickoffice news comes as Google continues to attempt to entice businesses over to its selection of Google Apps. Over the past few years the search giant has been attempting to find converts for its cloud-based productivity software.
Google has started pushing its Chromebook devices as a high-end offering. The Chromebook Pixel is a pricey touchscreen laptop that runs the Chrome OS. Google's released the device with Quickoffice pre-installed.
Recently Microsoft also joined the push towards cloud apps with the launch of Office 365. Redmond's software saw an update last February that brought it expanded integration with enterprise social networking tool Yammer.
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