Think you heard about Google Drive! Would be one of the best online storage service to be launched as a rival to Dropbox-cloud service – is set to pushed in early April release. Here’s a screenshot that has surfaced on web, and mentioned as all the users will get 5GB of storage for free as standard, those can also be able to view and edit documents on their mobile handsets with installing Google Drive app.
This news came directly from Talk Android ([Breaking] Newest Google Drive Screenshot Shows 5GB of Free Storage), claims that they had captured screenshots from the Google Drive for Windows download page, well with some listed Google service features:
All your files — everywhere
Put files in Google Drive and your can access them on your desktop, mobile phone or tablet, and drive.google.com.
Always up to date
Make changes to a file in one place and it automatically updates everywhere.
5GB of free space
You get 5GB from the start, and you can upgrade to get more space at any time.
The Service seems almost similar to the Dropbox cloud, which allows you to save, store your private documents in the cloud server and then access them by using an internet connected decives anytime/anywhere. If you have made changes and updates, it will automatically toll out to each of your devices.
However, the Drive service hasn’t been announced yet. Google has already updating its support pages, and readying its own Google Drive Android app:
Editing documents in the Google Drive Android app requires ongoing syncs to update your documents, which can increase your bandwidth usage. Keep this in mind if you have a limited data plan with your mobile provider.
Thinking of the 5GB of free space is more than Dropbox’s 3GB Storage offered as standard. Apart this, there’s still no information to grab on the Google Drive iOS app, or any other mobile platform yet.
Well! Google Drive app for other platforms will be also available if the service really becomes a big rival against other free cloud storage services like the above one.
If you look at the screenshot above, The Google Drive on its company’s support page, also suggests that the service will be out soon and goes live next month. Via