After so many years of speculations and months of rumors about its release date and features, Google Drive is finally here. Users get 5GB of free space to store data and sync that data across various computers.
It’s official that Google has finally dived into the Cloud competition with Dropbox, SkyDrive and recently launched iCloud.
Google announced Google Drive today and you can check it out at drive.google.com.
Just like any other cloud storage service it makes a specific folder in your computer which syncs with all the computers and devices. As of now its only available for Windows, Macs and Android, but a iOS app is in works.
Sorry Linux users, no news on Linux app.
The Gmail team made it known that all users of the email system are going to receive a 33% boost in their space, from 7.5 to 10 gigabytes.