The Google Drive app for Android just keeps getting better and better. Now, those of us who need to edit spreadsheets often can do so on the go, thanks to the addition of a new feature to Google Drive.
Ever had a situation where you needed to send a few larger files over email, only to find that what you were sending out would have went over the file limit size? The good news is the days of 25MB file limits are over for Google users, thanks to the integration of Google Drive into Gmail.
A new announcement from Dropbox today has confirmed that the company has just reached a user base of 100 million users. This milestone was undoubtedly achieved by all of the initiatives the company has taken over the past year. Since the introduction of Google Drive, Dropbox has stepped up its game in order to keep mobile users on their services.
Gmail and Google Drive users get additional search modifiers and functionalities for better organization of emails and content. These include search by relative date, search by size, drag-and-drop folders and more.
Until now, Google Drive and Google+ have both been services that make sharing easy, but in very different and separate ways. Now the two services have become more closely linked, with Google Drive adding the option to share anything directly to Google+.
Google Docs, being one of the more popular cloud-based office suites available, is constantly updating. Google’s latest update is quite minor, but could have a big impact in terms of branding. From Documents, Spreadsheets and Presentations, these apps are now renamed to Docs, Sheets and Slides. These apps are now available for download from the Chrome Web Store. Once installed, you get easy shortcuts to the apps whenever you open a new tab on Google Chrome.
While waiting for the postman to deliver the new Chromebook to your door, we suggest reading the following information on how to score some goodies for the notebook. Those who own previous versions of the Chromebook can also make use of the offer – if they haven’t already done so.
Before, if you wanted to search, say, your Google Drive, you had to open Google Drive then use the search bar. Then you had to return to Gmail in order to search Gmail. In an effort to consolidate services, Google has updated their search bar to search all of your Google services at once to save time.
Users of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 8 who use Gmail or Google Calendar will soon have to upgrade or switch browsers, as Google Apps is dropping support for the aging browser on November 15.
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