You gotta love Google Docs. At least I do. Anyone with a free Google account can use Google Docs. To create spreadsheets, documents. Even presentations. Sort of like a watered-down, web-based version of Microsoft Office. Accessible from any computer with internet access. And easy to share and collaborate any document you create. It’s kind of cool the way you can organize your documents too. Sort of like in an Online Drive. Similar to Dropbox or Box.net, as far as the ability to store and organize documents int he cloud.
And if you have a G-mail account, it’s easy to open attachments and save them into Google Docs. Interchangeably, you can also transform any e-mail message into any Google document. It’s pretty cool.
Well, I just found out that Google Docs is upgrading to Google Drive. Makes sense. What is Google Drive? Watch the video below!
Google Drive is everywhere you are—on the web, in your home, at the office and on the go. So wherever you are, your stuff is just…there. Ready to go, ready to share. Get started with 5 GB free.
Google Drive is available for:
- PC and Mac
- Chrome OS
- iPhone and iPad (coming soon)
- Android devices