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Quip, online and collaborative word processor, launches its first stable version for Android


About four months have passed since we first informed you of the launch of the collaborative and online text editor Quip, created by both Bret Taylor, ex-CTO of Facebook, and Kevin Gibbs, creator of the Google Apps Engine, and more recently We inform you of the inclusion of the possibility of importing files from Microsoft Word, Dropbox, Google Drive, and Evernote, where, in addition, we indicated that you already have its mobile version for Android in the testing phase.

Well, the testing phase has already ended, so that the first stable version of Quip for Android is now available, under version 1.0, about which they indicate in their announcement that it is not just another cover application, since it also takes advantage of a series of unique features for Android. The recognition of the Google account on the phone that avoids the use of passwords when it comes to identification, ordered notifications, support for third-party keyboards such as SwifKey and Swipe, and support for both smartphones and tablets, are other aspects listed in said announcement.

Of course, those interested must have Android devices from version 4.0 onwards, being available in 11 languages: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Simplified Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Turkish, Brazilian Portuguese, and also in Korean . The application is available on Google Play.

In this way, according to the data offered in said announcement, one of the most important user demands since its launch is covered, thus becoming available to 76% of the world’s mobile devices, both mobile phones and tablets, having Keep in mind that the Android system represents 50% of the smart phones in the United States as well as 81% worldwide.