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Google Drive is the official application from the service of the same name, which will allow you to access your virtual Google hard drive from any Android device with a stable Internet connection.

The application's interface, remodeled and adapted for touch screens, gives you the ability to easily access your private virtual drive and all the files that other users have made available to you. You can also access those files that you have made available to view offline, provided that you have downloaded them previously.

Basic storage with Google Drive comes in at 5 GB, more than enough to store documents, images, and a video or two. Of course, if you need more space, you can always pay a little extra.

Google Drive is a massive cloud storage tool that is especially useful thanks to its integration with the rest of Google's programs and applications. This, which works out pretty well in other operating systems, especially comes in handy in Android, where everything is comfortable working with Drive.
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Several years ago Google unified the 15GB of free space it provides in the cloud to be distributed among Gmail, Google Drive, and Google Photos. The problem with this is that a point comes when you don't know exactly where you're saving things among your personal documents, backups, and trash items. That's why we've put together this list of tips to free up space on your Google account.

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