Google Drive is a file storage, as well as a synchronization platform created by the popular Google. It was released in April 2012, and has since gathered a powerful user base all over the world. Boasting more than one billion users worldwide, the service enables users to keep their files on Google’s servers, synchronize content across devices, and also share files.
The platform receives regular updates that keep it fresh and up-to-date so users can have an amazing experience at all times.
Google Drive’s Features
Google Drive is a safe spot for all types of files as it places them within reach from any smartphone, tablet, or PC. All the content in Drive is backed up safely, so users cannot really lose them. It also allows users to view, edit, or leave comments on any of their files or folders. Its main functions is for the users to be able to create folders to constantly sync onto their Google accounts.
Besides the website, Google Drive provides apps with offline abilities for Windows, macOS, as well as Android and iOS devices. The platform includes Google Docs, Google Sheets, as well as Google Slides, which are all part of an office suite that allows editing of docs, spreadsheets, presentations, drawings, and more.
Google Drive provides users with 15 gigabytes of free storage via Google One, which also offers 100 gigabytes, 200 gigabytes, two terabytes, ten terabytes, 20 terabytes, as well as 30 terabytes via optional purchasable plans. The files that can be uploaded on the platform can be up to five terabytes in size.
Users can also adjust the privacy settings for particular files and folders, as well as enabling the sharing option with other users or making the files public.
Google Drive 2.20.075.05 Update
The latest release for the app, Google Drive 2.20.075.05 update, comes with several bug fixes and performance improvements.