Let’s face it, we all have that friend who’s constantly changing their cell phone number because they drop their phone in water or lost it, and we’ve all been ready to turn in an important or project at work just when our laptop kills over and it’s not fun, to say the least.
If you’re an individual who has experienced a laptop that’s decided to bit the dust, a phone that decided it wanted to go for a swim, or another device that just seemed to see better days, Google Drive could change that for you. And your friends.
But is Google Drive right for you? Let’s find out.
Google drive is similar to other major companies’ storage programs, but it is different in one way, it allows you to share and edit content with friends using Google Docs.
Google Drive comes along with a number of benefits including the ability to create a document and then share it with others who can edit in and give you their feedback.
You’ll no longer need to attach a document when sending an email through Gmail because all you’ll have to do is attach a link from Google Drive and the list of people you send it to will have the same version.
Within Google Drive you’ll have unprecedented searching options which will make going through the content quicker and effective.
And even more exciting, Google Drive is available for more than one kind of phone or tablet. You’ll be able to use Google Drive on your PC or Mac and if you’re a smartphone user (iPhone and Android only) you’ll also be able to use Google Drive. Apple iPad users will also soon enjoy the features of Google Drive.
All in all, Google Drive looks pretty impressive, but will you use it?