Google's Drive app for iOS has been updated with a visual overhaul and a handful of new features, including a new thumbnail view, a new details pane for cloud-stored files, and a more prominent search bar.
Google has pushed out an update to the Google+ app for iPhone and iPad that among other new features brings a refined interface and access to your Google Drive photos. Also on the changelog is support for Google Apps domains, and Messenger has been removed from the sidebar since that function is now folded into the standalone Hangouts app.
Aside from giving you quick access to Google Drive for all your documents and videos, GoDocs offers support for multiple accounts, push notifications, and more. For users who don't feel the official Google Drive app is powerful enough, GoDocs is worth a look.
Google has announced the roll out of a small, yet fantastically useful update to their Drive app for the Mac. Since Google Drive has been borne from Google Docs, collaboration and sharing documents and files is at its core. The update rolling out to the desktop app has better sharing in mind, with the addition of a right-click share menu. Files will naturally have to already be in your Google Drive folder, but quick sharing is sure to be appreciated by power users.
Both iMore and Mobile Nations live on Google services, and we've been having problems all day. Specifically, it feels like Google Drive has been stuck at 1mph all day. Google has acknowledged that Google Drive is experiencing issues this morning.
If you don't live in the United States but make use of Apple's online storage system, iCloud, US authorities could technically obtain and view your information without your consent. Actually, this doesn't just affect iCloud, but any cloud storage service such as Dropbox, Google Drive, and any other service that is based in the United States.
Google Drive has just received an update that adds some new features as well as improvements for existing ones. New features include the ability to upload multiple photos and images at once as well as the ability to open and save Quickoffice documents directly to Google Drive.
Google Drive for iPhone and iPad has been updated with improved collaboration and on-device sharing. Users can now create, edit, and collaborate on spreadsheets and upload to Drive with other apps using "Open in..." There is also a new Uploads section that allows you to manage upload progress and see recent uploads.