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Quip's mobile-native word processing comes to Android

Jon Fingas, @jonfingas
December 5, 2013
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Quip's built-for-mobile word processor has at last reached Android. The newly available app mirrors much of what we've seen in the iOS version, including adaptive documents, cloud syncing and deep collaboration tools that include messaging and image sharing. However, Quip's Android release isn't just a quick-and-dirty port -- it takes advantage of the OS through Google account integration, stacked notifications and optimization for third-party keyboards like Swiftkey and Swype. There's still no mention of native Word support, though. As before, the app is free to use for your personal documents. You'll only have to pay $12 per person if you're using Quip for business.

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