Google’s Quickoffice is now available on both Android and iPhone users to edit their files on the fly.
The Quickoffice app debuted in December and was first available on iPad users only. It allows the users to make quick edits in their Microsoft Office files saved or shared by others without having to purchase expensive Office apps in their devices.
Now, the Quickoffice maker is expanding the availability of the app to Android and iPhone Users allowing them to do the same capabilities or edit their Microsoft Office files while traveling or in cases . . . → Read More: Google QuickOffice Now Available on Android and iPhone for Free
A protest sparked because users of Hotmail experienced problems accessing their accounts Thursday night. Complaints did not stop until service is restored.
7 p.m. on Thursday, Hotmail service temporarily ceased down the operation to all of its users around the world. Many of the users complained about the problem, some even voiced it out to Microsoft and in the site Downrightnow.com
Microsoft confirmed the problem at 9:45 p.m., and said that users may also experience accessing their personal files on the SkyDrive storage service and its Windows Live Applications – this includes Powerpoint in, . . . → Read More: Hotmail Problems Sparks Complains of Users