Engadget reports “Google Docs bumps up free storage to 5GB, primes servers for Drive?”
Is space at a premium in your Google Docs folder? Good news from Mountain View, then, as it’s just stealth-increased the storage allowance for its cloud-based document editor. Unfortunately, anyone that’s already plumped for a paid extension of their Google Docs storage won’t see an extra 5GB on top. This new storage limit also tallies with what we’re expecting to see from Google Drive — presumably pretty soon.
With free Google Docs you can Create and share online documents, spreadsheets and presentations. You can: 1) Access your documents online from any computer with an internet connection. 2) Add collaborators to your document and Docs will send them a link to access the doc online (no need to send email attachments back and forth) 3) Decide who can view and edit each document (only you, some people, or everyone)
For a quick tour, check out: www.google.com Or to get started, visit: docs.google.com