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Google: 15 GB for Gmail, Google+ and Drive Photos

Google has decided to unify the storage space and the spread between the three services Drive, Gmail and Google+ Photos. Now, each user is entitled to 15 Go free to share between the three services.

Basically, Google does not change much, but it seeks to unify storage experience. Until then, Google users had 10 GB of storage for Gmail + 5 GB Drive and Google+ Photos. The search giant is announcing now everyone will have 15 GB for all three services together.


Google has decided to unify the storage space and the spread between the three services Drive, Gmail and Google+ Photos. Now, each user is entitled to 15 Go free to share between the three services

Google then tries to unify its storage services. It seeks to balance the use of storage space between its services. For example, "maybe you are a heavy user of Gmail but not pictures or storage drive, or so totally the opposite. All this is more important: You can use the storage as you see fit. "But Google has realized that most unifying its services, it gives a clear limit to users once they arrive at 100% of capacity, are more easily attracted to a pay offer. Random miraculous rates are posted on the Google blog where relays this information:

Google has decided to unify the storage space and the spread between the three services Drive, Gmail and Google+ Photos. Now, each user is entitled to 15 Go free to share between the three services


Note that for the "pro" Google users have access to Google Apps, the announcement is valid. Thus, if they wish, they can use their full storage capacity for an application like Gmail for example.
Google: 15 GB for Gmail, Google+ and Drive Photos Google: 15 GB for Gmail, Google+ and Drive Photos مراجعة من قبل Steven Raiss في 6:25 PM تصنيف: 5