Google Drive offers quick storage and a really attractive layout. However, it's not worth getting too excited over as it just doesn't offer any landmark features if you're not already tethered to Google's ecosystem. If you just want some extra cloud storage, it's a no-brainer. However, if you're looking for one place to keep your data, this one might not be for you.
This app gives you 5GB of cloud storage to hold your files. If you want more, then you have to pay up; there's no way to unlock more by sharing or doing certain tasks a la Dropbox. Google Drive syncs in plenty of cool ways with Gmail, Calendar, and other Google apps you probably use every day. However, it only works as a file viewer and uploader. You can't make edits to any of your documents from inside the app. It will display your files as PDFs if you need to read them, though. The only thing you can actually do with your documents other than read them is pin them so you can use them offline. That's helpful if you're in a place where Internet is spotty.
The app rests most of its strengths on the service, itself. That means this app is the one you need if you already use Google's cloud to store your files. However, if you're looking for a great cloud storage app, Google Drive app doesn't have enough going for it to wow you. Still, 5GB of storage is nice to have, even if you already use another cloud storage service.
With Google Drive, you can store all your files in one place, so you can access them from anywhere and share them with others. You can store access your photos, documents, and videos. Features include upload files to Google Drive directly from your Android device, share any file with your contacts, access files others have shared with you on Google Drive, make any file available offline so you can access them even when you don't have an Internet connection, manage files on the go, create and edit Google documents with support for tables, comments, and rich text formatting, edits to your Google documents appear to collaborators in seconds, view Google presentations with full animations and speaker notes, make quick changes to spreadsheets, view your PDFs and office documents, upload and convert files to the Google Docs format, take a photo of printed text and convert it to a Google document, print files stored in Google Drive on the go using Google Cloud Print, and open files stored in Google Drive through Drive enabled apps in the browser.