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Google has finally launched Google Drive, the cloud based storage service officially. It allows the users to create, collaborate, share and store all their data. It lets users to save and access all the files like photos, videos, PDFs, Google Docs and more.
It can be accessed from anywhere like on web, from home, at office or while on the go. It can be installed on PCs and Macs. Also there is a Drive app in the Google Play Store for the Android devices. The company claims that the iOS app is under development.
Google Docs is built in the Drive. It offers first 5 GB of storage for free. Users can upgrade the storage to 25 GB, 100 GB or 1 TB by paying $2.49, $4.99 and $4.99 per month respectively. After upgrading to a paid account, the Gmail account will get 25 GB storage.
Users can attach photos from the service to post them in Google+. The company claims that it can soon attach stuff from the service to the mails in Gmail directly. Google is working with some third party developers to enable tasks like sending faxes, editing videos and creating website mockups from Drive directly. These are just the beginning and there are more to come. The video will show all about the service.
This service is still not launched in India. However, users can click on the Notify me button to receive notifications about the launch. Click here to get started with Google Drive.