30GB of storage per user shared across Drive and Gmail means plenty of room for your data. If that’s not enough, you can buy an unlimited storage plan for $10 per user per month. Accounts with fewer than 5 users get 1TB per user.
Sync files with your computer automatically
Sync all or some of your files to a designated folder on your computer. Any changes you make locally are automatically mirrored in Drive, and vice versa.
View files without buying extra software
Need to open a file but don’t have the right software installed? View over 40 popular file formats with Drive, including videos, images, Microsoft Office documents, spreadsheets and PDFs.
Stop the frantic hunt for crucial documents buried in folders. Simply enter some keywords to pull up the right file in seconds, even if it’s an image or PDF of handwritten notes.
Easy-to-manage sharing controls
Keep files private, until you decide to share them. Grant permission to download, edit, comment or view, avoiding multiple versions and file merging.
Third-party apps to extend Drive
Use hundreds of integrated apps including DocuSign for e-signatures, LucidCharts for mockups and Smartsheets for project management to get things done directly from Drive.
Top questions about Google Drive
What types of files can I upload to Drive?
You can upload any type of file to Google Drive and convert certain types of files to a web-based Google document format: Docs, Sheets or Slides.
How much storage do I get with Google Drive?
Each user gets 30GB of storage shared across Gmail and Google Drive for $5/user/month or unlimited storage for $10/user/month (accounts with fewer than 5 users get 1TB/user).
What’s different about the paid version of Drive?
The paid version of Drive gives you access to additional storage (twice the storage of personal Gmail), sharing controls, and advanced reporting. For an additional $5 per user per month, you can upgrade to unlimited storage (accounts with fewer than 5 users get 1TB/user).