Google Cloud Storage Service To Launch In April?

A report from GigOm suggests that Google’s Cloud Storage solution, a competitor to Dropbox, may well launch in April. The service which is rumoured to be called GDrive is set to launch during the first week of April according to “sources familiar with company’s plans”.

The service is speculated to offer 1GB free which is less than the 2GB provided by Dropbox, however Google will offer more for a fee and will also have an open API allowing thir party services to interact and make use of your GDrive storage.

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