Starting today, your photo experience on Google should become slightly less perplexing, as now, Android users can view and organize their video and photo files from Google+ (aka the Photos app) directly through Google Drive. (more…)
An update to Google Drive is rolling out today as version 2.2.083. The update introduces drag & drop, which means you can now grab a whole bunch of files or folders (initiated with a long press on the first file), then drop them in a new location, delete, star, pin, or specify a new location.
This action is actually incredibly useful and well done. Organizing your files and folders has never been easier.
You can grab the update through Google Play or sideload it with the .apk file below. (more…)
For Safer Internet Day, Google wants to give you free things. More specifically, Google wants to give you 2GB of free, permanent Google Drive storage by completing a simple security checkup. Your favorite services company is using the day to help remind you that online safety is more important today than ever, so by taking two minutes of your time to ensure that you are taking advantage of Google’s protection, they will reward you. (more…)
If you needed an easier way to search through your Drive account, instead of manually opening and typing in what you need to find, Google has enabled users to simply state “Ok Google, search for xyz on Drive,” with results then taking you straight into the Drive app without you having to lift a finger. (more…)
The updates don’t stop with Google Docs and Google Wallet today, as updates were just pushed to a large number of Google apps through Google Play. Inside a few, users will find Material Design makeovers, but in others, such as Google Camera and Android Wear, bug fixes and other minor tweaks rest inside. (more…)
Google, facing mounting pressure from Dropbox, Microsoft, and Apple, is seeking ways to make its cloud storage solutions more appealing. The search giant focused on enterprise needs earlier this year, but pivoted its attention today towards students with the announcement of Drive for Education. (more…)
Google is pushing Version 6.1 of Google Play Services to users this afternoon, but don’t expect anything too crazy in the update. As for what is new, Google lists updated APIs for Drive and Fit, which also brings additional support for developers looking to test our their fitness devices through Android Wear. (more…)
This evening, owners of the HTC One (M8) and One Max should see an email from Google, informing them that the free Google Drive storage they received upon activating their device has now been doubled to 100GB. Nothing needs to be done on the user side of things – Google will go ahead and add the storage to your account automatically. (more…)