Don’t have Google Drive yet? You do but you probably don’t realize it Here’s how to enable it, thanks to the creative and admirably sneaky team at thenextweb.com. Here’s what our friends at Geeky-Gadget, via thenextweb.com, write early a.m. UK (1 a.m. US Pacific).
It has been rumoured for sometime that Google has been working on a Cloud Storage service called Google Drive which it has created to enable Google users to store their documents and files online, in a similar why to other services such as SugarSync and Dropbox.
Well now a Brazilian technology website called Gemind has been able to unlock hidden references to the service within Google Docs itself, and has even detailed steps to enable a “Download Google Drive” option within the Google website.
The option to enable is still only restricted to Google employees or users with the correct privileges at the moment. But it does look as though there are features that will allow you to download an application that will enable you to sync your entire Google Docs archive to a new Google Drive account or vice versa, when it is finally launched.
Unfortunately no information on pricing or worldwide availability has been released as yet, but as soon as information comes to light we will keep you updated as always. For full details on how to setup the Google Drive link jump over to the TNW website.