As part of my "routine setup of a new device", I downloaded and installed Adobe Reader soon after first firing up my new N4.
Last evening, I had the first opportunity to download a pdf document from the web and when I went to open it I was given a choice to do so with Adobe Reader or with QuickOffice. The thing is, I didn't know I had QuickOffice on this device and I can't find it anywhere in the apps grid view.
Where is it hiding?
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Yeah, kind of surprised as I thought plain Android didn't come with any Office type apps.
BTW, QuickOffice Pro is now selling for .99 (limited time) in the Play store. Wonder if I need it.
It's a system app like GMail or Google Earth, so it's hiding in the /system/app folder. Its filename is "OccamQuickOffice.apk". Without being rooted you cannot uninstall it. You can disable if you like, though.