Google Drive launches cloud storage service with 5GB free space, replaces Google Docs


Google on Tuesday launched a long-anticipated “Drive” service that lets people store photos, videos, and other digital files in the Internet.
Google Drive accounts with five gigabytes of storage were available free at https://drive.google.com/ and upgrades to more space on servers in the California company’s data centers were available at rates set by size and country.
“The model is really designed at the core to help people live their lives in the cloud,” Google vice president for Chrome and Apps Sundar Pichai said on a conference call with reporters. “Google Drive is something we see as central to the online experience at Google.”

Google Drive software has been tailored for Windows and Macintosh computers. Google Drive is available for

  • PC and Mac
  • iPhone and iPad (coming soon)
  • Android devices 
Store your files in a safe place. if Your phone goes for a swim. Your laptop takes an infinite snooze. No matter what happens to your devices, your files are safely stored in Google Drive.
Now It’s possible that you’ll need to add yourself to a waiting list for access to Google Drive, so as for now I have added in wait list and waiting for my active Google Drive.

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