Google Drive to offer 5GB of storage?

Google Drive may offer users 5GB of free cloud storage according to leaked information

April 2, 2012
Google

Google’s planned online cloud storage service will provide users with 5GB of free online storage according to leaked screenshots.

The screenshots posted by TalkAndroid show the download page for DropBox competitor “Google Drive”, which offers 5GB of free online storage rather than the previously rumoured 1GB.

The images also suggest that information stored in the cloud can be accessed via computers, as well as smartphones and tablets running the Android operating system.

Google is expected to release Google Drive between 16 and 20 April.

Read the full story at: Boy Genius Report.

Tags: Android, DropBox, Google

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