By now, most of you are familiar with the concept of Google Drive, the ubiquitous personal file storage and file sharing service that offers a plethora of storage options.
As a fan of personal storage, however, I found that Google Drive didn’t do much for me when it came to my music collection.
Google Drive only offers up the ability to access and organize files, and it only allows you to create folders, not share files or folders with anyone.
However, Google Drive also does have some other useful functions.
When you connect your Google Drive account to your Android smartphone, you can access all of your Google’s services like Music, Photos, and Google Maps, among others.
For example, if you want to download a song from Google Play Music, you will be able to do so with just a tap of the Google Drive icon in your Android’s home screen.
With this simple feature, Google allows you the ability for you to easily share your music collection with others.
The biggest problem with Google Drive is that it’s only available to those with Google accounts.
If you’re not using your Google account, there’s a good chance that you won’t have access to all of the services that Google provides, or you’ll have to go through the hassle of signing in and out of Google.
Google’s other services are limited too, like its Drive Hub, which is the only way to access Drive for Business and Drive for Education.
You can’t create new folders or share files in Drive Hub.
However for music lovers, Google has a way to get you to your music files and organize them.
Google also offers Drive for Kids, which lets you add a music folder to your Google drive for kids.
However the biggest benefit to Google Drive as a music player is that you can easily share music to your friends and family.
You’ll only need to download the Google Music app and enter their email addresses in the “Add friends” page.
Then you can upload and play music to the Google Play music store, where it’ll play the music for you.
It’s not too hard to use Google Drive to share music with your friends, especially if you’re into sharing your music with people you can’t easily access on your phone.
I can’t recommend Google Drive enough.
For those that are still not ready to give Google Drive a try, here are some of the best and most useful features that Google offers.