We know a lot about Google drive and the new ‘rustic’ drive, but it’s still not clear what this means for users of Google Drive.
The drive will have ‘new’ capabilities, like ‘autocomplete’, but we don’t know if this means Google will be able to use these features in the future.
It will also allow you to save your photos and videos to Google Drive for offline viewing, but the update will also be able import photos and video from other services, like Flickr and YouTube.
Google Drive has a lot of potential, but we haven’t had a chance to play around with it in real life.
We’ve seen it on Android devices before, but Google Drive hasn’t had much in the way of apps for it, so the app store isn’t really ready for this kind of innovation yet.
We’ve been using Google Drive on Android, but when it comes to video sharing we haven`t had a lot to report, as it’s only been available for the ‘Android’ version of Google Play.
However, with the release of Google’s new Chrome browser, we can finally use Google Drive as a way to share videos and photos, thanks to the Chromecast.
With the Chrome browser you can download the Chromium extension for Chrome, which makes it easy to share video and images with your friends and family using your Android phone or tablet.
This will let you create video or audio clips from the Chromecasts videos, and then import them to Google Photos for sharing with Google Drive, for example.
And with the Chrometasts extension, it’s possible to export the videos or audio to YouTube and share them on YouTube, as well as YouTube videos for offline use.
To make things even more interesting, the extension will also work with Google Photos, which means you can create a new photo or video in Google Photos and upload it to Google for offline sharing.
If you’re a video sharing fan, you might be tempted to grab Chromecast, but this is a great time to be cautious.
It might be worth picking up a Chromecast for sharing your videos with friends and families, but for now, you’re better off sticking with your phone or tablets for the time being.