Problem solved – Google has launched Quickoffice that lets users create, view, and edit Microsoft Office Excel, Word, and PowerPoint files on their mobile devices. It’s available now for any mobile phone or tablet that runs IOS or Android, which is most of them. The app is also integrated with Google Drive so files can be stored and accessed across devices. And they added a few new features, including the ability to create ZIP folders and view charts in PowerPoint and Excel.
And it’s free! If you don’t already have a Google account, then you will need to create one. That’s free too. To get Quickoffice for an Android device, go to the Google Play Store and download it. To get it for an Apple IOS device, go to the iTunes App Store.