Google Drive alternatives

Google Drive
Online file storage and syncing service working as a file system for other Google's services. Allows to sync files between all your computers and mobile devices or collaborate on files with your team and partners. Version control, OCR, powerful online viewer. Provides 5 GB free disk space.
Google Drive alternatives are:
OneDrive, DropBox, Box, ICloud, SugarSync, Evernote, Amazon Cloud Drive
Here are the latest news about Google Drive:

21.09.16 Google Drive gets intelligent search

Google Drive is getting a new search that understands natural language and can autocorrect your search query by suggesting corrections to misspelled search terms. For example, you can search your documents by saying things like “find my budget spreadsheet from last December” or “show me presentations from Anissa”. The feature will improve over time, too, so the results will become more accurate with more frequent use. The new feature probably means that soon Google also will add voice interface to Google Drive.

2014 Google Drive adds OpenDocument support, sending files as attachments

Google is rolling out a series of updates for its cloud-based storage service Google Drive. Gmail users will now be able to share Drive documents as attachments that are sent as part of email files. That’s useful in case the person receiving the document doesn’t have permission to view the file in Google Drive or if you delete the file from Drive at a later time. Google also added support for importing all three major ODF (Open) file formats: .odt files for documents, .ods for spreadsheets, and .odp for presentations. That change will make it easier for users to work with files from other open source productivity suites such as LibreOffice. On Android, Drive users will also be able to search for files using voice commands within the Google search app. A user could say, “OK, Google — search for holiday letter on Drive,” for instance.

2014 Google Drive for desktop now allows to launch files in preferred applications

File storage service Google Drive now allows users to more easily launch the files they have saved in the cloud using their preferred desktop applications. The feature is available as an optional Chrome extension. Once installed, users will be able to right-click on applications stored in Google Drive and open them using a compatible application on their computer. Users must also have the latest version of the Drive app for Mac or PC installed and their files synced to the computer in order for the extension to work. Google says the new extension is rolling out over the next several days.

2014 Google launched Drive for Work with unlimited storage

On Monday Microsoft tried to surprise the public having doubled the free and paid cloud storage limits in OneDrive. But Google made it more effective. Google released the enterprise version of its file storage and sync tool Google Drive for Work, which for $10/month provides UNLIMITED cloud storage. And to make a little more fun of the competitors, Google increased the maximum file size to 5 TERABITES (of course, if you find such a file somewhere). In addition, the business version of Drive meets the enterprise security requirements and provides every file encryption, logging every file access, 99.9% availability. Also it added  Office Compatibility mode which allows you to edit MS Office documents in their native format. Google Drive for Work is included in the Google Apps suite, so if you pay for it - you get the other apps (GMail, Hangouts, Sites ...) for free.

2014 Google Drive gets a Big price drop

Google (for some reason) decided not to play the game "We are slightly reducing cloud pricing AGAIN" and slashed Google Drive fees down to the bottom. Now the service offers the free plan 15GB and 100GB cost only $1.99/month (previously the price was $4.99). And if you need as much as 1TB, it will cost you $9.99/month (previously was $49.99). New Google Drive pricing is significantly lower than the competitors offer. The closest rival - Microsoft, which also recently reduced OneDrive prices. OneDrive provides 7GB for free, and 100 GB cost $4.1/month. Not to mention such services as Box and Dropbox, which prices are higher in 3-5 times.