Making sure your files are backed up and easily accessible is a problem everyone has to deal with, and Google wants to make it easier.
Google Drive is releasing a new service called Backup and Sync on June 28. The service should effectively replace the Google Drive app for Mac/Windows that has been available for years. Backup and Sync will have many more features tied into it, including the ability for users to backup any and all files on their machine.
The fine details of the service are still unknown, including the full feature list of the new app. For example, aside from backing up your computer’s files, will you also be able to see content in Google Drive.
Free users of the service will get 15GB of storage, with paid tiers going up from there.
[via The Verge]