Google Drive, part of Google Workspace, is a safe place to back up and access all your files from any device. Easily invite others to view, edit, or leave comments on any of your files or folders.
With Drive, you can:
• Safely store and access your files anywhere • Quickly access recent and important files • Search for files by name and content • Share and set permissions for files and folders • View your content on the go while offline • Receive notifications about important activity on your files • Use your device’s camera to scan paper documents
Google Workspace subscribers have access to additional Drive functionality, including: • Easily managing users and file sharing to help meet data compliance needs • Sharing files and folders directly with groups or teams within your organization • Creating a shared drive to store all of your team’s content
Learn more about Google Workspace Drive: https://workspace.google.com/products/drive/
Learn more about Google Apps update policy: https://support.google.com/a/answer/6288871
Google accounts get 15GB of storage, shared across Google Drive, Gmail, and Google Photos. For additional storage, you can upgrade to Google Workspace or Google One as an in-app purchase. Subscriptions start at $1.99/month for 100 GB in the US, and can vary by region.
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Aug 1, 2022
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Good, but there is a bug: From Drive, open a file into an external program. Edit and save. Most of the time, the file status works. But occasionally, it gets stuck! In the Drive app, the file status says "Waiting for upload" -- forever! Access from the Drive app is now blocked! Checking from a Web Browser, the changes are actually saved! Removing and reinstalling Drive app fixes the status. Still a nasty bug. May be related to poor cellular data connection and Upload via WiFi only setting.
150 people found this review helpful
Adrian David Canfield
August 7, 2022
This app totally sucks if you try to use files offline on a Pixel 5a. My folders with files I've selected to be available offline are constantly locked behind infinite loops of the app "making them available offline" again every time I try to open the folder, which will not load at all while the process is going on. Nine times out of ten the app crashes completely about a minute later. I'm looking into transferring all my cloud storage to Dropbox.
64 people found this review helpful
August 7, 2022
Hi, Adrian. Let's try resetting the app data. More info here (see "Clear the app's cache" section): https://goo.gl/gX7ctA. Hope this helps!
August 10, 2022
Normally, this is an excellent app, but the recent update has constant synchronization issues or unfounded warnings of network connection issues. It was working perfectly on a high-speed network & changing networks does not resolve the issue. Neither does clearing the app cache nor un/reinstalling as suggested in other comments. Continually closing the app completely seems to work if only very temporarily until the warnings/issues reappear, disrupting usability. It's also the same for Docs.
72 people found this review helpful
August 10, 2022
Hi there. Let's connect you with our Support Team for help. Follow the link to get some help: https://goo.gl/LcAuFy. Keep us posted!
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