Quip

Developer: Quip

Current Version: 5.1.07

Last Updated: 13 days ago

Download Size: 15.9 MB - Download

Description:

Quip is a simple place for work teams to create living documents. It combines chat, docs, task lists, and spreadsheets in one app — making collaboration fast and easy. Skip the endless chain of emails, meetings, chats and document versions by working simpler and faster with Quip on your Mac, iPad and iPhone. Watch your team and your work come alive.

SHARE DOCUMENTS AND TASK LISTS
Take notes, share grocery lists, organize task lists, edit docs with your office co-workers, collaborate with any group or team on projects.

CHAT AND MESSAGING
Real-time chat and messaging is integrated seamlessly for easy collaboration, so you never have to switch to email.

SPREADSHEETS
Full-featured spreadsheets with support for over 400 functions.

ACCESS ON ANY DEVICE, ANY TIME
All of your chats, docs, task lists, and spreadsheets are available on all of the devices you use — Mac, iPhone, and iPad. Easily review changes, comments, annotations to your docs and spreadsheets from your iPhone and iPad.

IMPORT & EXPORT
Import your documents from Dropbox, Evernote, Google Drive, Box, Google Docs, and more. Export documents to PDF and Microsoft Office. Export spreadsheets to Microsoft Excel. Import your address book from Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, Microsoft Outlook, Google, or iCloud.

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Release Notes:

Bug fixes and stability improvements

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 4.0
Review by neblotr

Just download it already - Where has this app been all my life? I have in all reality spent the last 2 semesters of nursing school looking for something like this that can do basic text editing, but yet also natively handle spreadsheets within docs while still being editable (Cornell note taker extraordinaire). The only thing that is even remotely wrong with it is that it handles more like a native iOS app when it comes to inability to click and drag docs to different folders (also lacks the ability to open .numbers docs natively, but expect that will change soon. In all reality I’d have likely dropped $30-40 on this app if it had been a trial to paid app. Because in all reality the capacities of this app are anomalous and in a category of its own (dont believe me troll through appcrawlr and MacUpdate and try to find something that can handle textual input and functional spreadsheet data simultaneously…truly doesnt exist in the world of applications…except here) If it becomes a paid app I ardently hope that they make it a one time purchase and not try to turn it into another evernote, if that happens I’m out. I honestly see this app being bought up by a major player within 1-2 years, most likely microsoft, only because that seems to be the check writer buying up all the apps that i consider indespensable (aka sunrise calendar, wunderlist)

Found helpful by 22 out of 22 people
1/5
Version 4.4
Review by tech302

Overrated and Buggy - The app appears to be very buggy. They have a lot of work to do. I uploaded a simple PDF and a little updating circle was on the screen for several seconds before it loaded. Then, the status bar on the left took a snapshot of the loading file and now I continuously see a PDF loading on the sidebar. It is really not ready for primetime. Even the sign up process was buggy and had to sign up twice.

Found helpful by 9 out of 10 people