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Get started with Google Drive for free and have all your files within reach from any smartphone, tablet, or computer. All your files in Drive – like your videos, photos, and documents – are backed up safely so you can’t lose them. Easily invite others to view, edit, or leave comments on any of your files or folders.

With Drive, you can:

• View documents, PDFs, photos, videos, and more
• Search for files by name and content
• Easily share files and folders with others
• Set sharing permissions to view, comment, or edit
• Quickly access recent files
• See file details and activity
• Enable viewing of files offline
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Reviewed by Jesseondrums 2018-01-13

Drive works great as the main app to house the files but there are a few changes that would make Drive amazing. 1.) Drive should function like an all inclusive program rather than a hub to connect to the separate programs. EX: If I open a Google doc file I should have the option to access the full Google doc tools.. STOP MAKING NEW TABS AND SENDING ME TO GOOGLE DOCS EVERYTIME! It should be an option to make a separate tab or window not protocol. 2.) The Drive Landing page should be customizable so you can see your docs, slides and excel knock off. 1 click makes it expand (like peek for iOS) and let you see all of the files the you can click the specific file or a 2nd click will open the app. This will prob need Java but it be worth it. 3.) There needs to be quick access between accounts or a way you can make something available on both accounts that is more intuitive than downloading and re-uploading. If drive gives more functionality and essentially replaces the need for individual apps and programs, then it will be a great all-in-one otherwise it would be easier to scale back drive and just make it a simpleclean hub where you click on the file and it opens the doc or presentation in an edit mode. Like an online hard drive. Otherwise Drive is just straddling the fence between unnecessary and redundant.
Reviewed by F4b14nc1t0 2018-01-13

Picture this: by my office desk lies a Windows 7 computer, antiquated by today's standards, and nevertheless I can use the google chrome browser, and with my Gmail account I begin writing a document, obviously adding data culled from other web sites. I rise from my desk chair, and begin the daily commute home. In the bus, using my Bluetooth wireless headset and my smartphone, I listen to some music from Google Play, while opening said document, which I previously saved to Google Drive, and continue my work, not wasting precious time. When I get home, after unplugging myself from the headset, I am greeted by my loved ones. After some quality time, I decide to lie in bed. I reach for my tablet, stored in the drawer of the bedside table. Once again, Google Drive fulfills its promise, and effortlessly I open the document, proof reading it to correct and polish it. When I want, I can leave it so tomorrow I begin the process again. Simple and convenient are the qualities that come to my mind when I think of Google Drive.
Reviewed by Erika Nahkala 2018-01-13

I like google drive. I use it a lot. But the mobile version does not please me. I like the setup of the drive app and the organization, but i don’t like that you have to download the other apps just to edit your documents, slideshows, and spreadsheets. it feels inefficient and scattered. it’s a waste of space on my phone. the google drive app is nothing more than a glorified window: look but not touch etc etc. and the individual apps (docs etc) are more difficult and painful to navigate than necessary. even when i click through my various folders, and get to a document, once i exit out of that document i still have to go through all of the folders again to find another doc in the same folder. please merge your apps. like i said, i like the organization of google drive but i feel that the entire system would be much more efficient and effective if everything could truly be accessed from one place. thank you.
Reviewed by Mommygate 2017-12-28

I really didn’t notice how much I have been relying on Google Drive until I noticed over a decade of files. My stuff has survived several iterations of Google Drive. Some photos I thought would be lost when my computer was about to crash were backed up to an external hard drive, twice — SEAGATE — and both of those 1TB and 500 GB external HDs are none responsive, today. My photos may as well have been lost. What saved me? My trusty Google Drive, which I used to blow off as “wait and see.” Well, it’s been 10 years and now I can say I swear by it. I realize the NSA probably has access to everything on Google, and I’m not happy about that. However, I feel extremely confident that I have nothing to hide and I’m even more confident that my files won’t be lost. But NSA, really it’s like someone looking underneath your skirt without you knowing when and if it has happened already, but all you can count on is your underwear is clean. It’s really creepy. PS, I backup my files with Carbonite now. I’m done wasting money on another Seagate HD. I pay 2.99 a month to Google for increased storage and it has been well worth the subscription. Bye, bye unreliable external hard drives.
Reviewed by Ding dong Delly 2017-12-19

Honestly, I’m not too big of a google fan, but google drive really is impressive! I’ve recommended it to all my friends. The pricing is great, because you get 15 GB free, and then you can purchase more (only $1.99 a month for 100 GB of storage!). As a college student this is great, so if I forget my computer at home, I can just pull it up on my phone. And I can store all my worksheets and power points and word documents on it. And I can create organizing folders to put all my documents in. I’ve already purchased the 1TB plan, because I share my account with two other students and we are filling up the storage up fast. Great job google!
Reviewed by Cantare means To Sin 2017-12-19

I’m a google user on Apple products. I love that Drive keeps my files organized on all of my devices, frees up space on my phone, and is easy to use on and offline. I have a lot of large photos, so being able to store them in one spot is great. My favorite part is google sheets and docs. I write article drafts on my iPhones, and then edit them on my MacBook. It’s seamless. I basically don’t need Microsoft Office on my laptop anymore. Compared to the other cloud and storage apps I’ve tried, google is by far the most accessible across devices and operating systems. Thanks to the team for making this app so good for iOS.
Reviewed by Jus2nvs 2017-12-13

Google docs is convenient and easy to share documents without a great deal of work. You can share documentation and place restrictions and unshare if you are the owner. I can access it on my phone, iPad and desktop all at the same time, which is great for multi tasking especially while I have group projects. When sharing, you can see in real time everyone working on the project. I absolutely love it!!!
Reviewed by Blue Soul 2017-12-07

I have had problems with Drive totally crashing when I tried to switch between accounts. Not sure if this affects everyone since I think I was switching from a personal to a school account, but still, it was so bad I had to delete and download the app itself. Other than that it is excellence.
Reviewed by CPs 543 2017-12-07

I think that it works really well for school use but right now I have an assignment that requires me to edit a video on my phone, but I can’t find any non-complex ways to upload videos to my phone from my drive, if you could fix that I would be fine.
Reviewed by Mr.Texas23 2017-12-07

I use this program daily. I have catalogued every professional recipe I have ever made and use this as a quick reference throughout my day. Highly recommend
Developer: Google, Inc.
Download Size: 163474KB
Version: 4.16.1
Recommended Age: 4+
Release Date: 2012-06-28