Google today announced that it has been offering 15GB of free shared storage across three of its services, Google Drive, Gmail and Google+ while earlier the company offered 10GB for Gmail along with 5GB for Drive and Google+ Photos. The roll out will take the next couple of weeks.
The company also shared that it is bringing updates to the Google Drive storage page, which means you can now understand storage space much better. Along with this, the company says if you need more storage, then you can opt for plans starting at $4.99/month for 100GB.
Even more in pack for you, if you are a Gmail users and having a requirement of 25GB or more, then you would be interesting in knowing that the 25GB upgrade is no longer the limit and you have to purchase the additional storage which will apply to Google’s email service.