Google Drive: Everything you need to know!
Google Drive is a cloud-based storage service that is cross-platform and great for syncing and sharing files across devices. But you can do a lot more than just store files with it. You can also share files with others and collaborate in real-time with others and you don’t need to be on the same platform for it to work. Here’s everything you need to know about Google Drive.
Drive is a big old online storage service run by … you guessed it, Google. With it, you can store and access files across all of your mobile devices, as well as, your Mac or PC. You can store dozens of file types, plus keep large files, like movies and music, in the cloud so you can access them from just about anywhere.
And, I mean anywhere. Drive is cross-platform supported, so you can access your stuff on iPhone, iPad, Mac, PC, Android devices, and Windows tablets and phones. You don’t even need a native app on your device. Just navigate to Drive.Google.com from any web browser and sign in.
Not only can you store files in Drive, but you can share documents with others and collaborate in real-time. It’s pretty awesome, actually. Your collaborators don’t need a particular type of phone, tablet, or computer, they just need a Google account.