Google Drive rebranded for Macs and PCs
In a bid to prompt more people to use Google’s cloud storage offerings to back up their PCs, the tech giant has rebranded the Google DriveFree service at Google app for Macs and PCs.
Google’s cloud service offers a vast place to store backups, images and other essential files and access them from anywhere, anytime.
The app’s new uncomplicated name is Backup and Sync, and it is scheduled to be released to customers on 28th of June this year.
Currently, the Google Drive app comes incorporated with the Google Photos desktop uploader. Thus it is quite possible that you might have not noticed it. Once it transforms into Backup and Sync, the app as well as the whole process for scheduling automatic backups will become streamlined.
Backup and Sync will not bring any changes to current Drive subscription plans. The free version offers 15GB of storage. Additional storage spaces of 100GB and 1TB are available for $1.99 and $9.99 per month, respectively.
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