Google Drive vs Dropbox

Amy Lizzimore and Millie Smith

Google Drive

Google Drive is a personal cloud service from Google that helps users store and synchronize digital content across computers, laptops and numerous mobile devices such as Android-powered tablet and smartphone devices and (coming soon, according to Google) Apple IOS-powered Iphone, Ipad and Ipod Touches.


Dropbox is a free cloud storage service for sharing and storing files including photos, documents and videos. To use Dropbox you need to create an account on and allow the service to create folders on all your connected devices -- such as PCs, laptops or other mobile devices -- and synchornise any files you store on Dropbox with the connected devices. Files can be shared with others by providing them with a link to your Dropbox folder.

Whats better?