Google Drive adds sort, find and replace, more

Google Drive adds sort, find and replace, more

Google has updated its Google Drive app, used to access files stored in an online repository accessible as a Google service. 15 GB of storage is included free with your Google account - more is available as an in-app purchase.

Google Drive can be used to store photos, videos, documents and other files, accessible wherever you need them. You can create and edit documents and spreadsheets, share photos with others, "pin" files to make them available offline, and more. Think of Google Drive as an alternative to Dropbox, SkyDrive and other similar services.

The new version of the app, 2.20, sports the following improvements:

  • Sort items in Drive
  • Find and replace in Documents
  • Some under the hood speed and usability improvements

  • Free - Download now

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Peter Cohen

Mac Managing Editor of iMore and weekend Apple Product Professional at a local independent Apple reseller. Follow him on Twitter @flargh

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