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Sunday, 10 November 2013

Google Drive updates app

Google has updated its Google Drive app to have multiple account support and single sign in features.
Users with personal and work Google accounts are now be able to switch between their accounts with multiple account support.
It also allows users to sign in once to Google Drive and then be automatically signed in to apps like YouTube, Google Maps, Chrome, and G+.
The two main updates will save time for users who will not have to keep signing in to different accounts.
It also has a function for users to print their files with Google Cloud Print or AirPrint, and comes with iOS 7 support on Apple devices.
Google Drive version 2.1.0 is available now as a free 24MB download from the App Store.
Other storage app SugarSync has also been updated, offering to automatically upload photos from a user's camera roll.
Photos can then be shared or accessed on any of the user's other SugarSync-enabled devices to improve synchronisation.
Video and music files can now be played before they have finished downloading which will help users with slower data connections.
SugarSync version 4.1.0 can be downloaded as a free 6MB download from the App Store.
Source: Telegraph

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