Google Drive vs. iCloud – How to Use Them

Please go to my updated article comparing Google Drive and iCloud!!! Comparing the Top Cloud Storage Services

There are many products which offer “in the cloud” storage for saving your digital files and photographs. “In the cloud” storage means you are saving your files on a server accessed via the internet instead of on your own computer. It frees up your own memory, gives you access to those files from multiple devices anywhere in the world, and keeps those files backed up.

Two very popular companies, Google and Apple, both offer “in the cloud” storage for their users. With Google, the storage is called Google Drive. Apple cleverly calls theirs iCloud. Both are extremely useful, but for different applications.

Google Drive is an amazing free service. Every Gmail address shares 15 GB for email, Google Drive and Google+ Photos. Additional storage may be purchased. Read more