The free storage of Google was supposed to end in June this year but Google has now extended the limit to February 2022. But this extension is only for some existing Google apps like Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, Drawings, Forms, or Jamboard files limited to WorkSpace and GSuite users. For personal Google account holders, the free storage will be available till June 2021 only as decided earlier. Google in a blog post said, “High-quality photos will count towards the Drive quota beginning June 1, 2021. There is no change to this timeline.” It further continued, “Any newly created Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, Drawings, Forms, or Jamboard files will count towards storage. Existing files within these products will not count towards storage, unless they’re modified on or after February 1, 2022.”Read More
Apple launched iPad OS for the first time at the WWDC event conducted on June 4th. However, it left many people wondering why the company would want the iPad to have its own OS in the first place. According to a report on The Verge, they got their hands on an iPad running the new iPadOS and found out that Google Docs runs perfectly on Safari in comparison its native App on iPad. Read More
Google has just announced that you could now convert files already uploaded to your documents list into a Google Docs format. You could even convert PDFs and images that you’ve already uploaded to text using the Optical Character Recognition (OCP) technology.