I have stressed the importance of cloud storage in many of my posts. Google Docs is a great cloud service, you can read my post on some best cloud storage options. The major downside of Google Docs is lack of shell integration.
In one of my previous posts I had mentioned about Nocs that allows you to sync your docs with Google docs.
But its use is limited to just one file type. Imagine an app that allows you to easily upload all the file types onto Google Cloud and overcomes most of its short comings (well most of, not all!). GDocsDrive does exactly that. Most of the features of Google Docs can be assessed via GDocsDrive, eliminating its short comings.
Though it doesn’t create a separate drive on your computer as the name suggests, it does most of the work that a separate drive could possibly do. You can call it a drive being viewed via windows explorer. You can drag and drop folders/files, and leave them to be uploaded in the background. It allows you to share the documents easily, it supports almost all formats and helps you to search files easily.
By default the option to auto-classify the documents is disabled, on enabling it all the documents uploaded will be converted/auto-classified into their corresponding types.
Though my vote for the best cloud storage still goes for Dropbox, I definitely feel Google Docs powered by GDocsDrive does come close especially considering the pricing. Google docs is very cheap as compared to Dropbox, you can view its pricing here.
GDocsDrive would cost you just $19.00 USD for one license with unlimited future upgrades.
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Looking for more ways to manage Google Docs with other cloud services?, my post on “4 Ways to Manage All Cloud Services From One Place” should help! 🙂