Google will remove Quickoffice from Google Play and Apple will also remove it from App Store. A withdrawal that followed the announcement of integration into Google Docs.
In the coming weeks, Google will remove the productivity suite Quickoffice from Google Play and the App Store. For existing users, they can still be used but it will no longer receive any new functionality.
Google had bought Quickoffice editor in June 2012. The suite became free for all Android or iOS users with a Google account in September. It has also been integrated with KitKat with the ability to handle Office files without conversion phase prior to editing.
But Quickoffice will no longer make much sense for Google considering the latest developments in applications like Docs, Sheets and Slides (word processing, spreadsheet and presentation) that is on the Web and mobile applications.
At its Google I/O conference, the Mountain View company said that mobile applications include Office document editing, and also directly from Google Drive with a new extension for Chrome.