The second version of Quip adds two functions which will make it a more direct threat to Word in the workplace.
For all the praise Microsoft received when launching Office for iPad a few weeks ago, its trio of apps mostly adapts the old ways of creating, editing and sharing documents to the iPad and the cloud. Their collaboration features are still limited.
Collaboration, on the other end, is at the heart of Quip. While it was mostly seen as a nicely designed text editing app when it launched on the App store last July --when Word was still nowhere in sight--, it quickly evolved into a collab... Continue reading >>
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