Well, it’s all true – the long awaited Google Drive is here, but what alarms us most is the shady disclaimer that claims a worldwide license to reproduce, modify and even publish your content.
Will Dropbox users conform? Well that will all come down to features and the worry a user may have about said disclaimer. Native Photoshop file browsing certainly interests me, but what if Google all of a sudden own and publish the artworks and graphics I have made?
If you’re given the “Your Google Drive is not Ready Yet” message then you’re just moments away, as Google stated they are slowly rolling out the service during the day. One should note that this is a complete rebrand, with Google Docs set to disappear in favour of the new service.
If this doesn’t encourage Dropbox or Microsoft’s Skydrive to have increased data limits, then it could play out well for Google.
Most likely we (and the rest of the net) are having slightly distorted minds about what this vague yet clear-to-some disclaimer is all about, but let’s see.