Google Drive — the Cloud storage solution much in the same vein as Dropbox — will be making its way to iOS today. It joins Google’s Chrome browser as the second Google developed offering to hit the rival iOS platform.
Back in April we covered the official launch of Google Drive, but at the time, the service lacked an iOS app.
All of that should change by the end of the day today, as Google Drive is slated to release some time today.
Google Drive accounts receive 5 GBs of free cloud storage, with in-app options to purchase more as needed. Considering the service/app is in its infancy, I’m not sure if it will be compelling enough to even consider switching from DropBox at this point.
What do you think?
Update: Google Drive is now available for free download.