Posts Tagged ‘Google Drive’

Google Drive for iOS and iPadOS just added Face ID support along with more security features. Here’s what you should know.

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Google today released an update to its Google Drive app for iOS 11 to offer full Files app integration. Here are the details on it.

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Google has announced a new feature for Drive by which it will let users backup their entire computer to cloud. Here are the details on it.

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Users wishing to get a free 2GB of Google Drive storage can do exactly that by carrying out a Google account security check as part of Safer Internet Day 2016.

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Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to get 2GB of free Google Drive storage space. More details can be found right here.

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The battle for supremacy in the cloud-based services has definitely stepped up a notch or two over the past few months, with a host of companies joining a territory manned mainly by Dropbox. Apple kicked things off by launching iCloud along with iOS 5 back in October of last year, and Microsoft finally brought SkyDrive to the mainstream in the early stages of 2012 – laying the foundations for the eventual release of its so-called “Cloud OS” – Windows 8.

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If day two of the annual Google I/O conference has taught us anything, it is that Google clearly recognizes the need to offer native experiences of their services to the millions of iPhone, iPod touch and iPad owners around the world. Today, Google has announced the official Drive app for iOS along with an update to Docs which brings offline editing support to users.

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The wraps have finally been taken off Google’s mythical Google Drive online storage and collaboration service, with the news first being leaked via Google’s own French blog. Now though, the app is available to download for anyone with the right hardware, and if the video Google has put out is anything to go by, it’s going to be pretty awesome.

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In a move indicative of its intentions, Google has somewhat upstaged Microsoft’s recent showcasing of the SkyDrive service by confirming its hotly-rumored cloud service Google Drive is indeed true, with Google Docs users already being ushered towards the transition.

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As of late, cloud storage services have been gaining significantly in popularity. Both Microsoft and Apple are involved in the space in some form, on top of highly successful startups entirely dedicated to providing such services (i.e. Dropbox). Thus, it only makes sense that Google would want a piece of the action as well. Since 2010, there have been murmurs that Google was planning to launch a cloud storage service, and, more recently, it was revealed on good authority that such a service was certainly in the pipeline, and that it is going to be called Google Drive.

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Dropbox is pretty much the most popular cloud storage and syncing service in the market today. It is Redmond Pie’s favorite such service because of the fact that a. it syncs seamlessly with popular mobile, desktop platforms such as Android, Linux, iOS, OS X, Windows etc. b. besides the free 2GB starting storage space, the company regularly gives away free space for promoting their service and beta-testing preview releases. Dropbox has its fair share of competitors – Amazon Cloud Drive, Microsoft SkyDrive and SugarSync to name a few – but none of them have achieved the same level of popularity. Now, according to a recently published report, Google is looking to get into the cloud storage and syncing game. Details after the jump!

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