Google’s upcoming cloud storage service will offer users 5GB of data for free, according to the latest leaked details.
The tech giant has reportedly been working on a Dropbox competitor for some time, hoping to break into the consumer cloud storage market.
A new screenshot posted at TalkAndroid suggests Google Drive will offer 5GB of storage instead of 1GB, which was reported in earlier rumours.
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The screenshot also suggests that users will be able to access files on a variety of devices, including PCs, tablets and smartphones.