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Apr 05, 2012 06:25 PM IST | Source: Tech2.com

IDrive Connect brings Google Docs to your desktop

IDrive has announced the launch of its new free software, called IDrive Connect that maps your Google Docs as ...

IDrive Connect brings Google Docs to your desktop

IDrive has announced the launch of its new free software, called IDrive Connect that maps your Google Docs as a virtual folder on your PC, allowing you to drag-n-drop and copy / paste files in your Google Docs. You can also share, edit and save your files directly using the Google Docs interface. The Windows Explorer like interface makes it easy to navigate through the application. Word on the street says that Google is gearing up to launch a cloud service of some kind that could bring a host of new features to the desktop, but why wait on Google? IDriveConnect lets users access their Google Docs, as if they were sitting in a regular folder on their computer. This allows for some simple, yet useful functionality.

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