We’ve seen a sudden rise in the amount of cloud servers that Android users have access to, and you can now add Google Drive to the mix. The search engine giant will release their service with a sizeable 5GB of free storage, 3GB more than popular competitor Dropbox.
Users will be able to put their files in to the cloud server and access them from their Android device, or desktop computer. If any changes are then made to a file, it’ll automatically update across all the other platforms.
Although nothing has been confirmed, it’s expected that Google will soon unveil their various pricing plans for the service.