According to WSJ, Google Drive, a long rumored cloud-storage service from the search engine giant, is all on the way to launched soon. Google Drive allows users to stores pictures, documents and videos on Google’s servers so that they could be easily accessible from an internet-connected device and giving the freedom to users to easily share the files with others. Google initially aiming to offers the service for a smaller fee.
Earlier, last month, TechCrunch pointed that the error messages on drive.google.com changed slightly, which indicates at Google making changes to the site in preparation for a launch. The service is expected to launch in the coming weeks, will be free for maximum consumers and small businesses. For those who want to store a larger amount of data, the company will charge a fee from them.