There has been a lot of chatter regarding the launch of Google Drive. Only on Friday Lucidchart had unwittingly leaked Google Drive integration, but today the folks at TechCrunch have stumbled upon a Google Drive app for Mac OS X. According to the report, the app can be downloaded and installed but it cannot connect to Google. John Biggs, who filed the story, was able to login with his Gmail account, but eventually the app throws a curve ball saying Google Drive is not yet enabled for your account. Also Read - Jio-Google partnership: JioPhone Next to new 5G collaboration, here are 5 key takeawaysAlso Read - Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Go powered by Intel Jasper Lake Celeron processor revealed
The Next Web is also reporting that the Google Drive launch is imminent as it cites a Google partner s draft release. According to the report the service will kick off with a 5GB storage capacity and users will will be able to login to drive.google.com on Tuesday or April 24. Also Read - Free COVID-19 vaccine: Today’s Google Doodle urges all to get vaccinated, wear mask
Google Drive will have the folder-esque integration that DropBox enjoys on both the Mac and Windows. Additionally, Google Docs integration is also expected with the service expected to provide in-app editing.