Google-Drive

  • Magisto Reveals Google Drive Integration For Its Automatic Video Editing Tool

    Magisto Reveals Google Drive Integration For Its Automatic Video Editing Tool

    Magisto’s dead-simple automatic video editing service is no stranger to Google’s ecosystem. It was integrated with YouTube’s Create tool just under a year ago, and the Magisto Android app just hit the Google Play Store in August. The trend shows no sign of slowing down. Today Magisto has revealed that it has linked up with Google Drive to provide editor-less editing for… Read More

  • Google Updates Google Drive For iOS With Editing Features

    Google Updates Google Drive For iOS With Editing Features

    Last week, we caught a blog post that Google wasn’t supposed to publish yet. In it, the company announced that it would soon bring editing features to the Google Drive app for iOS. Today, Google made these updates official and Google Drive for iPhone and iPad does now indeed allow you to edit documents, just as you can already do with the Android app. Once you install the update, you can… Read More

  • Google Drive For iOS Will Soon Get In-App Editing, Ability To See Presentations

    Google Drive For iOS Will Soon Get In-App Editing, Ability To See Presentations

    Google just mistakenly announced¬†updated versions of its Google Drive apps for iOS and Android that will go live within the next couple of days. Google has since deleted this post, but the updates are scheduled to arrive soon. Both native apps are getting a slew of new (and necessary) features, but most importantly, the iPhone app will soon allow you to edit documents right in the app. Read More

  • OfficeDrop and ExpenseMagic Combine To Offer Easy Mobile Receipt Scanning and Automated Expense Reports

    OfficeDrop and ExpenseMagic Combine To Offer Easy Mobile Receipt Scanning and Automated Expense Reports

    The weekend is coming up and that means one thing. I have to do my expenses. It’s time to organize my receipts and make an expense sheet and invoice document. After that comes the scanning – standing over the printer, making sure the wireless is working so it syncs with my MacBook Pro. That will be followed by the email with the PDF files for all of the above. That will take care of… Read More

  • Licensing Is The Achilles Heel For The New Microsoft Office

    Licensing Is The Achilles Heel For The New Microsoft Office

    This morning Microsoft sent us a guide to the new Microsoft Office. It’s 53 pages. It reviews every feature imaginable. Read though the document and it’s evident Microsoft did what it had to do. It integrated with Office 365. It developed an elegant touch user interface. It took the best of Metro to make Microsoft Office relevant. Read More

  • Hands On With Google Drive On iOS

    Hands On With Google Drive On iOS

    As promised at this morning’s Google I/O conference, Google has launched a version of its Google Drive application on iOS today, which offers native support for the service formerly known as Google Docs on both iPhone and iPad. The app is live now in iTunes, and looks to give competitor Dropbox a run for its money. Although Google Drive has offered a mobile web version of its service… Read More

  • Google Drive Now Has 10 Million Users: Available On iOS and Chrome OS

    Google Drive Now Has 10 Million Users: Available On iOS and Chrome OS

    Google has just announced over 10 million users that have signed into Google Drive, Google’s new cloud-syncing storage platform. The product only launched in April of this year, so this is quite the milestone. Clay Bavor, director of product management for Google Apps made the announcement, also mentioning that Google Drive is now available on iOS and Chrome OS. He demoed Drive on the… Read More

  • Cloud Storage Encryption Service BoxCryptor Comes to Mac, Improves Free Version & Closes Funding Round

    Cloud Storage Encryption Service BoxCryptor Comes to Mac, Improves Free Version & Closes Funding Round

    BoxCryptor, an on-the-fly encryption service that’s optimized for cloud storage services like Dropbox, Box.net and Google Drive, just announced the launch of its native Mac application. This new Mac app joins the company’s previously released Windows, iOS and Android apps. In addition, the Germany-based company is also announcing its new pricing structure, which now for the first… Read More

  • As The End Of Google Docs Draws Near, Google Asks Stragglers To Transition To Google Drive

    As The End Of Google Docs Draws Near, Google Asks Stragglers To Transition To Google Drive

    Google always pitched Google Drive, which launched¬†in April after a considerable period of hype, as a replacement for Google Docs. What many users didn’t realize, it seems, is that Google will indeed completely replace Google Docs with Drive later this year. While Drive is still opt-in at this time, it looks like the forced transition is coming soon, as Google has started to alert… Read More

  • Google Drive Arrives In ChromeOS Developer Channel

    Google Drive Arrives In ChromeOS Developer Channel

    Ever since Google released its cloud storage service Google Drive earlier this week, there has been some speculation as to what its integration with ChromeOS, Google’s cloud-centric operating system, would look like. Today, Google released the first developer version of ChromeOS 20 with support for Google Drive. As expected, Google Drive is now deeply integrated into the ChromeOS… Read More

  • Dropbox’s Drew Houston Weighs In (Briefly) On Google Drive

    Dropbox’s Drew Houston Weighs In (Briefly) On Google Drive

    At the end of Dropbox’s “Hey, we have a huge new office!” event today in San Francisco, some reporters cornered CEO Drew Houston and asked him about the big cloud news of the week — the launch of Dropbox competitor Google Drive. Initially, Houston said he didn’t have time to really comment, because he had to catch a flight (which almost sounds like an excuse to… Read More