Google Drive adds quick sync file storage and backup features to your Android phone. This application lets you store various files in the cloud and then access them from your smartphone, tablet or computer.
It will also save your phone contacts WhatsApp History. Users can save documents, images, videos and all other files that you may want to access later. Services make it easy to transfer files from one device to another without having to email them. The Google Drive application lets you manage and edit your documents without using any external services.
Google Drive gives users 15 GB of free storage which is shared between Drive, Gmail and Photos. Google One delivers 100 GB, 200 GB, 2 Terabytes, 10 Terabytes, 20 Terabytes and 30 Terabytes through a paid plan. After opening the drive you will see a list of all your files (My Drive), files shared with you, wired files, recently modified files or offline files.
Users can create new documents or spreadsheets in Google Drive by clicking on certain buttons. The built-in widget gives you a quick, one-tap way to create or upload files to your drive, and you can add home screen shortcuts directly to a file or folder. To upload a file via the Google Driver application, click the “+” icon in the bottom right corner and select the file you want to send to the cloud. Long-press any item on your list for options to share, rename, delete, or send a link to your file.
You can change the privacy settings for individual files and folders, including enabling sharing with other users or making content public. If you’re traveling to an area without Wi-Fi or data coverage, there’s an option to make files available for viewing while offline.