Vgrive is a free Google Drive Linux client 'designed for elementary OS' but also available to download and install on Ubuntu and Linux Mint desktops.
InSync 3 has been released with OneDrive sync, a faster, more reliable sync engine, and better selective sync options for Windows, macOS and Linux users.
Users can sync OneDrive files on Linux using a beta build of third-party cloud storage sync client Insync, which is available for free during testing.
With no official Google Drive Linux client available, it’s left to third-party apps, devs services to fill the file-syncing void for FOSS fans. And boy are there are a lot of options out there that […]
Linux users will soon have a new way to access and sync OneDrive on Linux. Insync, makers of a popular third-party Google Drive syncing client for Linux (and Windows and macOS), have decided to add another […]
The Deja Dup backup tool is preinstalled on the Ubuntu desktop by default — but like many, I don’t use it. Or rather I didn’t, not until this week when I learned that Deja Dup can […]
'Backup and Sync' is the name of Google's all-new Google Drive desktop client. The rejigged and refreshed app is being released later this month.
A developer has this week shown off KDE Google Drive integration working with the Dolphin file manager and the KDE equivalent of Online Accounts.
For a fast way to mount Google Drive on the Linux desktop try google-drive-ocamlfuse. It lets you access your files, copy them, edit them, and much more.
If you’re looking for a way to sync your Google Drive to your Linux desktop, the following app may be worth a look. It’s called OverGrive and it’s a a closed-source, paid application. But don’t let that […]
Want to access your Google Drive files natively on the Ubuntu desktop? You can, and here's how.
GNOME 3.18 is to introduce native support for Google Drive through the default GNOME file manager 'Files' (formerly Nautilus).