Google Drive Cloud Storage With 5GB Free

Google Drive is a file storage and sync service by Google that was released on April 24, 2012. The service will integrate with Google Docs and will allow you to access files from anywhere and collaborate on documents with colleagues. Google Drive is an extension of Google Docs once activated, and replaces the URL with
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Google’s biggest competitor in this field is Dropbox, which currently offers 2 GB of free storage to users. One interesting feature of the service is smart tagging, which allows you to tag items stored on your drive. So if you have uploaded a picture of the Taj Mahal to your drive, the next time you perform a search for the Taj, your photo will show up along with other results.

You can install Drive on your Mac or PC , and use the service via an app on your Android phone or tablet. Google is offering all users 5GB of storage on the service for free. If you need more than the 5GB, then it is offering several tiers of storage options. When you upgrade to a paid account, your Gmail account storage also expands to 25GB.

Storage: 5GB free, up to 16TB

Mobile Integration: Android, iOS (coming soon)

Desktop Integration: Windows, Mac, web

Pricing: $30 a year for 25GB, $60 a year for $100GB

Collaborative Editing: Yes with Google Docs

File Size Limitations: 10GB