by: Google, Inc. • 1.7M
If there was ever a must-have app, Google Drive is it. This all-in-one app gives you access to document sharing and storage in the cloud, combining what was formerly Google Docs and Google Sheets and Google Slides and so forth into one honkin' cloud storage facility. It's super easy to view, edit, and share your stuff through the app. If you've got a solid connection, you can even collaborate on documents in realtime. It's reliable and ad-free. In my opinion, it's the best cloud storage choice you can make.
Nearly infinite storage of anything you want in the cloud, combined with immediate access in the palm of your hand. Seamless synching with your desktop Google account. The future is now, people.
If you're concerned about keeping your info private from Big Brother Google, you can always go back to carrying around burned CDs.
Original review from Nov 27, 2014:
Major update: Google Docs changed its name to Google Drive. All GDocs features are now integrated into GDrive. From now on, you can not only create and upload texts and photos and work with them online, but also upload any file and safely store it in the cloud.
Google Docs for Android lets you access all your content in Docs from your phone. Instead of getting by the web browser which is slow and tedious, this app makes your life easier bringing shortcuts and fast access to all your documents. Basically it shows a 6 items grid that includes: all items (to see all content at a glance), collections, starred, documents, images, and more (this last to show text, spreadsheets or presentations. You also may seek documents by using the search bar. Besides checking the documents you’ve already created, you can create new documents from the app. So far, there are just three type of documents available to create (text document, spreadsheet or document from image). Moreover, you may switch among Gmail accounts if you have more than one. And that’s essentially what this Google Docs for Android does. What we appreciate is its ease of use, its fast access to all the documents and the possibility to create news documents from our Android.
Google Docs is another app developed by Google Inc., and is on the way to become a starred one. Google Inc. is the official Android Market provider, and the responsible of other indispensable Android apps as Google Books, Google Maps, Gmail or Blogger.
Google Docs isn’t doing anything that we didn’t expected, and it doesn’t even includes all the features available in the web version. It works pretty well, it’s fast and easy and allows us to check our documents while we are on the way. It's just what it has meant to be.
Original score: 9.0/10
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by Janel , Appszoom
Nov 27, 2014
Find, access, and share your securely stored files on the go with the Google Drive app.
Securely store & access your files on the go
• Open and edit your files without a connection
• Access your stuff from anywhere, even on the go
• Keep everything securely in the cloud
Find your files faster
• Find just the files you need when you need it with Quick Access
• Search for files the way you speak with natural language processing
• Find scanned documents and handwritten notes with optical character recognition
Work with Office files and more than 90+ types
• Preview 100+ file types without extra software or apps
• Work seamlessly with teammates using other applications, including Microsoft Office 365
• Comment on Microsoft Office files and more, right in Drive
Control how you share your files
• Set permissions when you share so teammates can view, comment or edit
• Quickly review who has access to your files, and make changes as needed
• Get notifications when someone requests access to your files
Part of G Suite: Google’s intelligent apps for business
• Connect and collaborate with your team, using one suite—Gmail, Docs, Calendar and more
• Use Google’s AI to bring data insights to every employee
• Join more than 4M paying businesses who trust G Suite to power their organization
Google accounts get 15GB of storage free, shared across Google Drive, Gmail, and Google Photos. For additional storage, you can upgrade to a premium subscription plan as an in-app purchase. Subscriptions start at $1.99/month for 100 GB in the US, and can vary by region.
Storage subscriptions purchased from the app will be charged to your iTunes Account, and automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Subscriptions and auto-renewal may be managed by going to iTunes Account Settings after purchase.
Google Drive Terms of Service: https://www.google.com/drive/terms-of-service