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- Google Makes Quickoffice Free for Everyone, Ties It to Google Drive
A year after Google acquired Quickoffice, the company is pushing forward with its Microsoft Office alternative (that isn't called Drive/Docs) and making it more appealing than ever by offering the Quickoffice app for both Android and iOS free. Google was already providing some Quickoffice functionality, including editing documents and spreadsheets, for free to Chrome OS users. But it has now made all the apps free, all you need to do is log in with your Google account.
- Chromebooks Are Getting Startup, Lock, Unlock, and Shutdown Sounds
Google's Chrome OS is bare-bones by design. Google wanted nothing in there that wasn't absolutely necessary and, despite quite a bit of an evolution, Chrome OS is still basically just a browser. But that doesn't mean it can't do with a bit of a polish. After all, many times it's the small touches that make the difference. So Chromebook users should be glad or, perhaps some, terrified to hear that Chrome OS is getting startup, lock, unlock, and shutdown sounds. ...
- Here's How the Official YouTube Download Feature Will Work
A few days ago, YouTube made a rather vague announcement that it was going to start enabling offline viewing in the mobile apps sometime later this fall. The site didn't explain what exactly this meant for users and how it will work, as the announcement was meant for video creators, not regular YouTube users. But mor...
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