May 152013
 

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A cloud of common sense just landed on Google, and instead of offering users separate storage caps for Google Drive, Gmail, and Google+ photos, the sultan of search has decided to offer up 15GB of unified storage for free. In doing so, users are in complete control of how much each of Google’s cloud services can hold, which is particularly great if you’re deeply invested in Drive and/or Google+ Photos, two services that were previously limited to 5GB combined.

“With this new combined storage space, you won’t have to worry about how much you’re storing and where,” Google stated in a blog post.

MORE: Going Full Circle: Google Users Get 15GB Shared Across Gmail, Drive, and Google+ | Maximum PC.

 

 


 

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