The search engine giant Google now takes a new move by launching their new cloud storage service Google Drive. Google Drive lets you store and access your files anywhere -- on the web, on your hard drive, or on the go. In the starting Drive offer a 5GB free storage for storing documents, videos, photos, Google Docs, PDFs, etc. All the users can increase their storage space by paying some money like get 25 GB of space (or more!) starting at $2.49 per month.
By launching cloud storing Google aim to help user for "live, work and play in the cloud," with direct integration with Docs and Google+. Drive will allow people to open over 30 types of documents directly from a web browser, including HD video, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop and more -- "even without the software installed on your computer. Now we can focus on their payments. 25GB costing $2.49 per month, 100GB running you $4.99 per month and 1TB demanding $49.99 per month, with a maximum of 16TB $799.99 per month, per user.
We can use this service by Install Google Drive on multiple devices like from your computer, Smartphone, and tablet and Google Drive makes sure they’re all the same. Using internet connection Drive will automatically check to ensure that your files, folders, and Google Docs are always up to date. This will also offering the sharing function for your friend and family to grand access of your files.
The one problem that expecting in this drive is that it requires users to convert their files into the Google Docs format if they want to work on their files in online. Users can upload and store other file formats like Microsoft Word *.docx documents, or Microsoft Excel *.xlsx spreadsheets, or PDF files. But when they want to open their files in Driver website they will only support the Google Docs file format. Otherwise they must be opened locally from the Google Drive folder on a Windows or Mac OS X computer, those files will open in their native applications. Anyway let’s see the how it going; the Google users can access this service by using drive.google.com.