A couple of months before, we have featured a Linux client for Google Drive named Syncdrive, which was developed and maintained by the Pear OS developer David Taveres. Unfortunately, It was discontinued after the developer sold the Pear OS to an anonymous company. So most of the users who use Google Drive on Linux are […]
SyncDrive is a Google Drive client application for Ubuntu and its derivatives developed by David Tavares, the core developer of Pear OS distribution. It is based on the Grive, an independent open source implementation of Google Drive client for GNU/Linux. It is derived from the original source code of Grive, No modification of the source […]
However much Google is open source software, it is indeed surprising to note that its latest ‘cloud storage’ service Google Drive yet lacks a Linux client. As usual the community has worked around it to offer any number of such solutions with Insync ; while there is Google Docs Fs PPA itself( though originally developed for […]
GWoffice (Google Web Office ) is a nice application that bring you google drive to your desktop without using a web browser. It allows you to use google docs at it was installed in your computer by offering a nice interface to its editing abilities, also gives you basic syncing for offline use.
2022Posted July 4, 2012 by M. Zinoune
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