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.
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.
Ratings and Reviews
Ditch the local copies—let everyone work on the same documents.
buggier than Google Docs
Our team at work uses Quip, but I have yet to find a feature it has that Google Docs doesn't do better except load-time. It's pretty unstable and crashes a few times a week. The UI is frustrating too, for example every time it opens it shows a history of edits that has to be closed for every document every time you open the app.
I downloaded the version from the app store hoping it'd be more up to date but it has an endless loop password-promt. If you get that, download from their web site instead of via app store & you only have the frustrating bugs, not the makes-it-unusable bug.
Destroys data unrecoverably and crashes every day
Thinking about using Quip at your company? Stay away.
I've been using Quip daily for a few years now and the app has gotten worse and worse after the Salesforce acquisition. And the future looks bleaker.
Multiple times in the last few months, I've hit "undo" and had unrelated chunks of my document disappear in such a way that they can't be recovered from the history. (It also crashes once or twice a day, and sometimes gets so slow I have to restart it, but that's the least of its problems.)
I emailed Quip support asking what they were doing about their horrible software quality issues and their support rep told me that "We don't have any clear timelines for fixing the bugs you have mentioned. We do, however, have all of these bugs recorded on the appropriate task list."
I think that really speaks for itself w.r.t. how much Quip cares about their customers. "Meh, maybe someday we'll stop lighting your documents on fire!"
- Quip, Inc.
- 21.8 MB
- OS X 10.8 or later, 64-bit processor
- English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Turkish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2018 Quip
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.