Google Drive

Google Drive

By Google LLC

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2012-06-28
  • Current Version: 4.2019.36203
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 189.60 MB
  • Developer: Google LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 5
From 2,642,782 Ratings


Get started with Google Drive for free and have all your files within reach from any smartphone, tablet, or computer. All your files in Drive – like your videos, photos, and documents – are backed up safely so you can’t lose them. Easily invite others to view, edit, or leave comments on any of your files or folders. With Drive, you can: • View documents, PDFs, photos, videos, and more • Search for files by name and content • Easily share files and folders with others • Set sharing permissions to view, comment, or edit • Quickly access recent files • See file details and activity • Enable viewing of files offline Google accounts get 15GB of storage free, shared across Google Drive, Gmail, and Google Photos. For additional storage, you can upgrade to a premium subscription plan as an in-app purchase. Subscriptions start at $1.99/month for 100 GB in the US, and can vary by region. Storage subscriptions purchased from the app will be charged to your iTunes Account, and automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Subscriptions and auto-renewal may be managed by going to iTunes Account Settings after purchase. Google Privacy Policy: Google Drive Terms of Service:



  • Image Viewing Bug

    By Fortherealsiesilovethislots
    On my ipad and iPhone X, drive always abruptly shuts down and closes entirely after I rotate through a dozen or so images. Makes it hard for me to view and show off photos', and a SUPER weird glitch. Tried screen recording it happening and the videos never save. PLEASE FIX!!
  • Downloads??

    By nuvek arevalo
    I’m not sure why the download feature is available..... when it doesn’t work. Anytime i try to download ANYTHING it will spend minutes “exporting” and will just cancel out instead of actually downloading what i need to download. Very frustrating.
  • Drive

    By Pappy48
    I couldn’t send via gmail, iPad wouldn’t let me via share. I sent as an attachment on gmail. Drive is fine apple is interfering. Need iPad to Facebook with grandkids
  • Awesome

    By olDlomulliphuker
  • Why

    You can not edit anything on here
  • Search

    By 1⃣2⃣3⃣4⃣5⃣ I
    Wish it was easier to search for content.
  • Google drive

    By #ISS
    It’s amazing. Easy to use and very practical.
  • Google drive

    By chhagen
    Very hard to open do not how it work junk Make it simple for people please
  • Food

    By JLATT514
  • Good and bad -clearly more good over bad

    By insta: lilred_rooster
    I love the system overall, it CAN helps children and teachers organize very well. However, two negatives (maybe I’m missing?) I don’t see how / where parents can easily, privately get in touch with teachers if need be? Or if that’s an option each school, class, or teacher turns off and on individually. I find it hard to navigate. In my school district they give the kids chrome books, which are great but JUST using the track pad makes some projects extremely frustrating as the chrome book itself doesn’t have great range with the track pad, and understandably so - don’t get me wrong for its price range the Chrome Book is an amazing machine. However, in my school district they don’t offer nor do they even SUGGEST the children to go get a cheap USB mouse (which I would HIGHLY recommend), yes you can learn all the commands fairly quickly but like I said, there are certain precision moves in slides for example, which would be much better off with a mouse, unless a better strategy was built into the system. This review is kind of going off on a tangent a bit as I’ve diverged from the initial topic: Google Classroom. I feel also that if things aren’t kept under control, it could potentially get very disorganized 😕 and confusing for some kids. For example, If they’re like mine - using the same Chrome Book, from 4th-8th grade (and then a newer one come high school), all their older material remains in the system for all four years, making it a little mind boggling to sift through. I found myself deleting tons of old work just to start from a clean slate in 7th grade (NJs middle school). If there were an easier way (again perhaps there is but I’m not aware of) to go in and delete any work previous to a certain date, that would be helpful. They must do that when they go back and pass this back to the new fourth graders, after the current 8th graders graduate. Honestly, now that I think about it I think my problem is more evidently with my school district and not at all with Google Classroom, which - when used properly is a gem of a learning tool. I grew up in the “MS DOS, WINDOWS 2, You’ve Got Mail, AOL weird beeping sounds for an hour era” but I was drawn to computers early on, given private tutoring lessons, eventually went to school, took some classes in programming and various software of interest that I wanted to master. Computers have been the backbone of my education, I was the first generation to have handed in a thesis printed out off a printer from a computer. Yet, despite all that - I disagree with this ALL INCLUSIVE idea that computers are now seen as THE ONLY WAY we learn. I feel my daughter is at a disadvantage without a teacher standing at the front of the room or walking around lecturing, but returning to the board to write notes for us to take down and soak in. Developing notation style was a huge component to MY learning experience (I even wrote notes and read real PAPER books on how to use COMPUTERS LOL!), and I know I’m not the only one out there who learns from taking 📝 notes. I think maybe “taking notes”by typing is okay? To a degree; and in certainly shrinks our carbon footprint (but does it? We’re still using electricity to power up these technological advances). But I still really do believe in the power of Classroom, which unfortunately cannot be ENTIRELY replaced by computers (at least, it shouldn’t). When we loose humanity even in our classrooms, we’re starting to walk a thin line. I believe Google Classroom sets a precedent, and SHOULD be used for some things; especially when introducing our older students to learn our to use computers. Let’s be real however, (a) most of these kids are more technologically savvy than we are (b) a more balanced approach, in anything we do as human beings, is always the right answer. Just ask any computer algorithm.