Google To Give Android Users Option To Back Up Their Computer Through Its Drive

One the world’s biggest tech company, Google has announced a massive update for its users, enabling them to store all their data on Google Drive.

Google is updating its Google Drive platform with a new back and sync tool allowing one to store all of his/her data online. As of now if one wants to save files, photos on Google Drive he/she first need to move all his/her data into the Google Drive folder so that it can sync with Cloud, but now this is going to change as with this new update one can easily save files on desktop of one’s PC/Laptop without any problem whatsoever.

Google said in a post that “On June 28, 2017, we will launch Backup and Sync from Google, a tool intended to help everyday users back up files and photos from their computers, so they’re safe and accessible from anywhere”.

Users will be restricted to use 15 GB data and if one wants to save more data he/her will have to pay for it.

At first, only Android users can avail this new feature.

Moreover, Google has updated its Gboard recently, allowing one to find the desired emoji with ease. In the latest update to the Gboard, Google has bundled in a new way of suggesting emojis and GIFs while composing messages.

Furthermore, Google has also announced that the company will be launching a business specified cloud storage app at the end of 2017.