Yeah that’s good I’ll be on the time I’m gonna is a great time for you to go home to do the same things and I get it to be done and I get it to be done and I will do a lot more to work out for like a day and I can do a little more fun with ya guys I know you’re not good enough for you I just wanna is that one time you get home I’ll get you a little more time you get to work I’ll try and see if I wanna it was fun and then I gotta is a fun night and a good day to go get back with you you know what I mean I just got home from the beach I just wanna is that one of time I just got home.
It’s all in the title. Seamless integration with other google cloud products makes all the difference. I couldn’t think of using anything else.
Add that in with the amazing search ability and features you didn’t even know you needed. Backed by a top and lightning fast cloud infrastructure with the reliability you’d expect from Google.
Let’s not forget the premium storage has some of the best pricing around. Here’s a hint: take a look at the enterprise version for a special surprise.
Google drive is really useful and the app lets you do anything the desktop does. I use it almost daily and love it when it works. Unfortunately, every time I use it on my (admittedly old) iPad, I’m on an invisible countdown until it crashes and I have to launch it again. It sometimes happens in 20 minutes, it sometime happens in 2 minutes. This problem may not be present on anything above iOS 12 which is where my older iPad is stuck, but it happens EVERY time.
I’ve been using Google Drive for as long as as I can remember. It holds a tremendous amount of data. Syncs easily across my two iPhones, two iPads, and my iMac desktop. It stores Microsoft Word documents, photos, music, and videos without any complications. Rather than store everything on an external drive, I use Google Drive for any item I might need to access quickly. I’m very satisfied.
Been using drive to keep access to a repair manual pdf on my phone. It would take too much paper to print out. I wish the pdf viewer was a little better about searching pages, scrolling, remembering my last position, etc. The repair manual is old and is just a bunch of scans stuck in a pdf so navigating is very tedious on a phone.
Watching a video file on the Google Drive app is awful. If you accidentally touch or make a tiny drag the video quits and you have to restart. It doesn’t support Picture in Picture mode. It will go into the tiny player but when you enter the app once more the video stops and you need to restart it.
I like having everything for my business in the cloud; however, we are always having issues finding documents one user creates that are supposed to be shared with the entire organization that arent for some reason. We can never get ahold of anyone from google customer support and it’s frustrating.
I found out about google drive maybe about two years ago and have never looked back. I enjoy all of the things that you can save on here...only thing is when you go to highlight you cannot do it without adding a comment. It doesn’t just let you highlight
I’ve been using this app for years and it seldom gets any new features. On the Android version you can select multiple images and download them. This doesn’t exist on the iPhone version of the app.
Google, can this finally happen in 2020?
Once upon a time, Dropbox popped out a Onenote, via google drive on IOS browser subscriptioned... Google Won! But what a war the drive has been, Apples paved the paths with a beautiful Icloudy drive!
Tested, respected, thank you