July 8, 2014

The New Google Drive


About two years ago, Google provided us with a service called Google Drive that allows the user to access files from our phones, tablets, or computers. With its success in the past, Google has decided to update Drive, making it faster and easier to use.

Accessing files on the mobile app will be easier with the ability to change views from list to thumbnail icons. Also, with fast background syncing, opening and finding files will be simple and quick. On the computer, Google Drive provides new ways to organize and move files allowing us to easily access them. You can use the same functions as you use on your computer to select and move files or use a menu to perform the desired task.

In this new update of Drive, Google wants to make every user happy. It allows the user to choose over 70 languages and will be accessible to the blind and visually impaired users.

The update provides zooming and high contrast mode, enhanced keyboard accessibility, and better compatibility with screen readers.

You can try out the new and improved Google Drive on Android, iOS, and on the web.

Source: googledrive.blogspot.ca

Vincent Hung is a writer at [blank]'s Universe. He is also a technology enthusiast who enjoys looking at the latest software. Vincent likes to lounge around to eat or go on his phone and playing the flute.