Google Drive Launching for Windows, Mac, Android and iOS

Following this report earlier in April, a draft release from one of Google’s partners reveals details of the upcoming challenger to Dropbox, Google Drive.

Rolling out with 5gb of storage for all, and operating from https://drive.google.com this could be all set to be a major competitor to Dropbox.


Google Drive Launching for Windows, Mac, Android and iOS

 

It would appear that Google drive will integrate with Windows and Mac via desktop folders and of course there will be an app for both Android and iOS that will enable in-app document editing.

Keep watching for further updates and official Google confirmation.

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  • Lee Marshall

    I think they should have just bought Dropbox rather than launching a competitive service to the market leader. I currently have 41.8GB of space on my dropbox which was all free thanks to referrals, using the mobile app etc. How do Google intend to entice me to use their service?
     

  • 404’s for me :(

    • John Molyneux

      It’s not available yet, but if you go to 
      http://drive.google.com/ it changes it to https which means they’re definitely working on it ;)

  • John Molyneux

    “there will be an app for both Android and iOS that will enable in-app document editing.”
    I really do hope that that doesn’t mean the phone apps will *only* edit documents, or it’s simply pointless as we can already do that.  We need to be able to download, as well as edit, or I’ll stick with DropBox. Like Lee, below, I have tons of space available on that so I need a good reason to move.