Number one search engine, Google, doesn’t like its rivals surpassing in the services for which it also has the required tech to offer to consumers. Its answer to “cloud storage” services of Dropbox and Evernote is upcoming Google Drive.
An unnamed official from the search company has revealed on Reuters that Android maker can reveal its new service as soon as Tuesday. On the other hand, no real official comment has been passed on this rumor.
The cloud service will offer 5GB of free storage space to consumers to save their photos, music, documents, and other kind of files. Increased capacity of 100GB will be offered on the bases of monthly payment schedules that are unknown at the moment. The report also says that search capabilities will also be incorporated in it.
Users will be able to access their saved credentials from anywhere through their smartphones, tablets, and desktop PCs.
Update: Google Drive has been officially launched. A detailed review is on the way, keep coming back folks.