Right on the heels of Chrome‘s iOS debut tonight, arrives Google Drive for iOS. Described as allowing you to both create, collaborate and then share your ideas with others, Google’s online ‘Drive’ storage service “keep[s] all your stuff in one place.”
Again designed for use on iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, Drive offers its users 5 GB of storage space, absolutely FREE. Google notes that this will allow you to “upload all your files from your computer,” even the big ones – then resulting in you being able to access these files “anywhere.”
Quickly share a photo with a friend 1000 miles away. Read the most up to date version of your document whether you’re at home, at the office, or on the go. Make items available offline so you view them while you’re on a plane. No matter what happens to your devices, even if your iPhone goes for a swim, your files are safely stored in Google Drive.
- Quickly and easily access and view your documents, photos and videos anywhere
- Make files available offline so you can view them even when you don’t have Internet connection
- Easily share files with collaborators on the go
- Sync files across your desktop and all your devices
- Open files from Drive with other apps installed on your device
- Star your most important files to easily find them later
Released today, Google Drive for iOS is a universal offering, weighing in at 6.1 MB. The app is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, and requires iOS 5.0 – (or later).