Within the actual word processor, Quickoffice has a top-of-screen bar with icons for a variety of commands. The visual choices are confusing; it took a little trial and error to locate options and figure out what commands some of the icons represented.
Quickoffice's available functions include basic font adjustments, image and table insertion, text find and replace, and a built-in spell check; comments, footnotesand word count are nowhere to be found. Quickoffice does include an unusual option for having your document read aloud.
In terms of cloud connectivity, Quickoffice offers integrated support for Google Drive, Dropbox, Box, Evernote, Catch, SugarSync, Huddle and Egnyte. Unfortunately, it still uses an insecure system of manual username and password input in order to establish account connections.