GDocsDrive – The Finest Google Drive for Online File Backups on Google Account [Giveaway]


Google DocsDo you know Google Documents offer 50 GB* of theoretical storage capacity for your documents, images, spreadsheets, presentations and other files. Uploading your data to the Google Account will not only free your hard-disk space but also provide peace of mind as it is safe with Google and accessible from anywhere. GDocsDrive is one such great application, which transforms your Google Docs account into your personal Google drive over the internet.

GDocsDrive is a desktop client that seamlessly lets you upload files and folders from your computer to Google docs account, convert them in multiple formats and much more. It is a paid application and costs $19 for such useful features. As a part of promotion exercise, we are offering 30 copies of this software free of cost worth $570 to our readers as a giveaway.

To win a free license copy of GDocsDrive, follow these 3 simple steps –

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Giveaway is open till midnight of 10th July, 2011. After that, 30 winners will be randomly selected and license keys will be mailed to them.


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GDocsDrive lets you –

#. Make online backup of your documents, images, files in your Google account.

#. Share Documents and collaborate for getting your work quickly.

#. Convert your files into multiple formats like MS Office, PDF, Google format or Open Office format. Perform any kind of conversion with just one tool.

#. Search with filename or content in files.

#. Sort files by name, size, upload date, last edited date and much more.

Apart from making online backups, there are other features that GDocsDrive does better than web-based Google Docs. Like –

#. GDocsDrive multiple support folder drag-and-drop uploading, while Google Docs does not support it – you must select one folder to upload.

#. GDocsDrive minimizes to the system tray so you need not to keep any webpages or windows open. While using Google Docs, you need to be careful not to close the browser.

#. For IE, FireFox or other browsers except Chrome, applet is required to support folder uploading.

#. GDocsDrive lets you sort the files column-wise, while Google Docs does not support sorting.

#. It also provides amazing downloading/uploading speed, which is better than online version. Pretty Useful feature if you have tons of images and documents.

The next version is expected to have real-time synchronization with your online account, editing/viewing files with local applications, Backing-up whole data in single-click, and better support to Google Apps users.

Do more with GDocsDrive. Download it from here.

[* Google specifies storage limit of 5000 documents and presentations of maximum 10 MB in size, 1000 spreadsheets of maximum 1 MB each and 100 PDF’s of 10 MB. This all in total counts for 52000 MB. ]

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Filed under Google Docs Tricks. Posted by Abhishek on 4th July 2011.

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