What’s Google Drive and how it works?
Google drive is a online storage services Files can be uploaded to your Google Drive account through its web interface or through the Google Drive application. Google Drive application can be installed on PC, Mac, Chrome OS and on Android devices. After installing Google Drive, Google drive creates a folder on your computer. Anything dragged and dropped into “Google Drive” folder is uploaded & synchronized, so that when Google Drive is installed on multiple computers/devices, files containing in Google Drive folder of other computers/devices are available to access, share and download from anywhere through your “Google Drive” account on web or through Google Drive folder on your devices. Good News is that, as part of “Google’s Cloud Storage”, Google exclusively provides 5GB of free Space to its users.
Google Drive Screen-Shots:
Features, Advantages and Options:
- Allowed File size per upload: 10GB
- “Google Drive” comes integrated with “Google Docs” for the users to create & share, Documents, Spread Sheets & Presentations.
- A flexible choice to upgrade Google drive account to meet your sufficiency and when you run out of storage space. Users can increase their storage space by upgrading to the packages the Google is offering. Upgraded account expands user’s Gmail account space to 25 GB as a bonus on top of the subscribed storage space package.
Android App: This Beautiful app can be handy to backup files stored on Android devices. Below is the link button to accessorize your awesome Android device with “Google Drive Android App”.
[button url=https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.apps.docs&hl=en] Google Drive App for Android [/button]
iphone and ipad App: Google Drive app for iphone and ipad and for desktop now available here [button url=https://www.google.com/intl/en_US/drive/start/download.html] Download the Google Drive app for the Devices you wanted here [/button]
[note]Note: Dragging and dropping files into “Google Drive Folder” cuts and pastes into the “Google Drive Folder”. And copying and pasting into “Google Drive folder” is what you need to do, if you want the files to remain in source folder while having the copies on “Google Drive” [/note]
[button url=https://drive.google.com/start#home] Start using Google drive on your device with your google account [/button]
[button url=https://www.google.com/settings/storage/] View the Google Drive Packages [/button]
[button url=https://tools.google.com/dlpage/drive?pli=1 ] Download and install Google Drive for PC [/button]