Google Drive Vs Dropbox

Google drive vs dropbox right here right now.


Dropbox is also another place to store your work/information. You have to download dropbox onto your computer too access. You have to sign up and pay for dropbox.

Dropbox is mainly used for buisness so that everyone can acess in the workplace.

Dropbox is a free Cloud storage service for sharing and storing files including photos, documents and videos.

it allows you to share whatever you want with other people. Every individual folder can be shared with other people and every member of a shared folder will be able to add, edit, and delete the contents inside but will not be able to access anything outside of that specific folder. This file sharing system is perfect for team projects involving music or video editing, computer and system repairs, or for anything which needs collaboration among its members. There is also a public folder that allows you to share files with non-Dropbox users through the use of a hyperlink.

Google Drive

Google Drive is a place to keep your stuff safe. Somewhere that you can access your work from different computers.

To get Google Drive you have to have a Google account which is not hard to make.

Google drive is free internet sorce but you need to download it onto your computer to use it.

Essentially, it's a beefed-up version of Google Docs. You can store your documents, photos, music, videos, etc. all in one place. It syncs with your mobile devices and your computer, so if you make a change from one gadget, it will automatically show up if you were to access it elsewhere.

It tracks your changes too, so if you make an edit to the document and hit save, you can still look back at all your revisions from the past 30 days. Of course it relies heavily on Google search, with image recognition for browsing your photos and some OCR capabilities for sniffing out text in pictures.