Google Drive

Google Drive hands-on and impressions

Google has finally made it official today. Releasing their new cloud storage option known as Google Drive into the wild. If you were thinking this was just a Dropbox competitor you were wrong. This integrates all of Google's services into one. Google Docs has been combined with Drive, and they use the power of search and more to make it a complete offering. Check out the screenshots or hit the links below to get started yourself.

Google Drive app now in the Google Play Store

It's finally here: Google's Drive app is live in the Google Play Store and you can install it right now. As some had speculated, it replaces Google Docs entirely and integrates your current documents into Google Drive. Go to the Google Play Store on your Android phone, and if you've already got Google Docs installed it should replace the app entirely. Here's the official announcement, straight from Google itself.

Google Drive revealed: Dropbox beware

News and leaks on Google Drive has reached a fever pitch, with most of the information pointing to 5 gigabytes of free storage and integration on Android and other Google services. Today Google's French arm posted a full press release for Google Drive, including all the juicy details. The post went down almost immediately, but a translated copy was posted by Google+ user Gerwin Sturm.

Google Drive in the wild, spotted on developer phone

We are all still awaiting some sort of announcement or official details surrounding Google's cloud storage option, Google Drive, but today have received an early look of what to expect in some fashion. While various rumors are heavily favoring a release next week, Drive has been spotted in the wild on developer phone. Being streamed on AndroidDevelopers we get the early look presented below.

Google Drive details leak: launching next week with 5GB free

Rumors have been circulating for a while now regarding Google's plans for a cloud storage option. What will be known as Google Drive has finally been detailed again today and sources can almost confirm it will indeed launch next week, be available on Android and multiple other platforms, and users will get 5GB for free out of the gate. More details after the break.

Google Drive leak points to 5GB of free storage

Rumors of a "Google Drive" remote storage service have been around since before the current cloud craze, but if recent screenshots can be believed, it's finally coming to fruition very soon.  Talk Android got tipped on what looks like a Dropbox-style web service from the Big G offering 5 gigabytes of free cloud storage, considerably more than some would-be competitors. The style of the webpage matches Google's most recent updates for other web services, and the triangular logo matches the one we saw in a previous leak. This could be fake, but I kind of doubt it.

Google Drive cloud storage services tipped for April release

The masters at Google have been hard at work on what we know as Google Drive. The cloud storage service that is still for the most part unknown, that Google has big plans for in the coming months. We know it's coming soon, but that is about all we know. This cloud storage online file system has been long awaited from Google and now we are hearing rumors of an April release.

Possible Google Drive screenshot and logo leaked

Last week we started to hear resurgent rumors that Google's remote storage service, labelled "Google Drive" and integrating across Android, web and desktop platforms. Today GeekWire got their hands on what's being presented as the wen interface for Google Drive. Submitted anonymously and blurred out to avoid identification, the screenshot looks basically identical to the web version of Google Docs, but with files and folders instead of documents. It looks pretty legitimate, though we'd remind readers that this sort of thing would be very easy to fake.

Google’s own cloud storage service to launch soon

We've all sent ourselves countless emails through GMail with important files attached to place them on Google's servers for easy access. There's no shame in that; it's easy, fast, and works. No need for an installed application, as it is accessible from whichever device you decide to login from. But haven't you wondered when Google would release their own cloud service?
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