Google announced on Monday in their Google Drive blog that they are increasing their storage allotment to users from 5GB to 15GB. This increase will give users access to content to all of Google’s services.

According to the blog post, this is more of a unified approach. So instead of having a separate storage space in Gmail for example, Google Drive will the space to Gmail.

Google will also eliminate the 25GB upgrade limit for Gmail and if you are a Google Apps customer, you have 30GB of alloted storage between Google Drive and Gmail.

 

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