If you’re a loyal reader of Cloudwards.net, you probably know that we’re always happy to recommend Google Drive as one of the best cloud storage solutions out there. It’s free up to 15GB, offers plenty of options and Google Docs is a great word processor, to boot. However, no program is without its quirks, so we’ve decided to make a guide on how to upload to Google Drive.
Uploading files to Google Drive is generally a very pleasant experience — though a bit slow, depending on your connection speed — but as with everything Google, there is more than one way to skin a cat. With the web client you can simply drag and drop, the sync folder allows you to mark files and the mobile app (which comes both in Android and iOS flavors) also has a few nifty features.
Besides this upload guide, we also have a more general overview on how Google Drive works, as well as a full Google Drive review. If reading through either of those is too time-consuming, we also offer a nice Google Drive video review, which you can check out below.
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