- Google Drive (formerly Google Docs) is an online application that let's you crate and modify or upload existing documents, spreadsheets, presentations, forms and drawings while providing file storage and sharing service.
- This app solves many problems as mobility is the key in today's world. Being able to work anywhere solves half of the problem and being able modify and access without any physical storage device (such as flash memory drive) solves rest of the problems. Users get 5GB of free space and can upgrade for a little price.
- The platform friendly and mobile accessibility features along with simple soothing design makes me love it. I like it very much.
- Competing apps such as iCloud, Dropbox and ADrive (free 50GB) offer online storage and sharing options at the similar or lower level. However, Google Drive excels by offering a free online Office Suite.
- After logging in with Google ID, this app allows users to create or upload file(s) for further editing. It's built-in online storage service saves the file securely or allows to be accessed by a link over the internet. Users may download a syncing service that allows them to have a virtual drive on their PCs or portable devices.