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New Google Unified Storage Provides Users More Space Across Gmail, Drive, Google+

The days of not receiving email because your inbox is too full are gone.
The days of trying to delete a couple emails so that you can send one more are gone.
The days of begging for more storage space are gone. 

Welcome to Unified Storage!

Say hello to your new 30 GB of storage. The best part about it? You can use that space to save whatever you’d like between both Google Drive and Gmail as well as the photos you upload to Google+ that are larger than 2048px. Up to this point, we were trying to squish all of our important emails into 25 GB of space. Now, you not only have more to begin with, but you also have the opportunity to purchase extra storage that can also be shared between the different applications.

On the other side of the spectrum, let’s say you don’t necessarily keep a lot of emails, but you have an extremely high amount of files and large documents in your Google Drive. You will be happy to know that you can then use your 30 GB primarily for Drive!


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Originally published on May 17, 2013

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