Google Drive is the official application that allows you to access your virtual Google hard drive from any Android handset that is connected to the internet.
The application interface has been adapted for touch screens, allowing you to easily access your private virtual drive from your tablets and smartphones that run on Android OS. In addition, you also have the ability to access files that you have made available to view during offline, if you’ve downloaded them previously to your handset.
We remind you that Google Drive comes with a basic storage of 5GB, which means that it is good enough to stores many images, documents and a few videos. The 5GB are free, but if you need more space you will need to pay for it.
It seems that more and more users prefer to keep their files on the cloud. This way, they are sure that they will never lose their important files, but, at the same time, they have the ability to access them from any device all over the world.
Google Drive 2.7.332.07.30 Has Been Released For Android Devices
The latest Google Drive version that has been released for devices running on Android OS is 2.7.332.07.30. It comes with an installation file size of 22.95MB and it can be installed on any device that runs on Android 4.1 or later. The new Google Drive version comes with usual bug fixes and improvements, but it doesn’t bring any new features or options, which can be quite disappointing for some of you.
Google Drive 2.7.332.07.30: How To Install On Your Android Device
The latest Google Drive version can be installed directly from the Google Play Store. All you need to do is to open the Google Play Store App, search for Google Drive 2.7.332.07.30 and tap “INSTALL” or “UPDATE” button. Once the installation is complete, you will be able to start using the latest Google Drive version on your handset.