Google Drive to get the offline mode in four to five weeks, Sundar Pichai, senior vice president for Chrome and Apps at Google told to ‘AllthingsD’ author Walt Mossberg on the sidelines of the D10 summit. According to this report, we will get offline support in the first week of July.
Google Drive, the cloud storage service offered by Google, allows users to upload content from anywhere through web or through the dedicated apps meant for mobile devices and PCs including Mac. Now Google has decided to offer offline storage for this service and it is to be noted that, Google Docs, which is already slotted under Google Drive, already has offline support.
It is also to be noted that, Google Drive’s competitors like DropBox, already offers offline storage and functionality to their users.
Google users could get their offline storage mode in five weeks, and the Google Drive app is available in Google Play, also for PCs and Mac users.