Google Drive available for the masses with 5GB of free Cloud Storage

Google has finally announced it’s much expected could storage service, which basically is just an upgrade to their famous Google Docs application. This new cloud storage service from Google is called Google Drive and it allows users to upload up to 5GB of data for free, just in case you feel the storage space is less then you also have options for paid plans.

This service allows users to store files online, use them across various devices and share them with relevant people. This is sure be a tough competitor to already existing cloud storage services like Dropbox, Box, etc. because it integrates with other Google services making it a part of an already huge eco-system.

While the first 5GB is available for free for everyone who has a Google ID, users have an option to update the storage space to 25GB for $2.49 a month, 100GB for $4.99 a month and the storage space can go as high as 16TB for every user.

The Google Docs app on your Android devices will be upgraded to Google Drive, an application is also available for download on Windows and Mac while an iOS version will soon hit the App Store. We will soon post a detailed review and FAQ on the same.


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3 thoughts on “Google Drive available for the masses with 5GB of free Cloud Storage”

  1. Thanks for the heads up. I would like to know more about the Google drive. If it has a much better features tha Dropbox i will definitely change my cloud storage.

  2. I would not store anything anywhere on a Google based product or server, i just do not trust them and can’t see why anyone would store something on a server or system they do not own?

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