Google integrates third-party Drive-Enabled apps to Google Drive on the Web


Google Drive Third-Party Integration
Google Drive isn’t anything new to an Android user. It is Google’s approach to the cloud with a lot of functionality. It has slowly become more and more useful with the inclusion of third-party app support on our Android devices. Google has announced today that Drive users are now able to add Drive-Enabled Chrome apps to the ‘Create” menu. You know the one you hit that lets you start a new document. Previously you could only create Google Docs, Spreadsheets and the likes. There will now be a new button, “Connect More Apps,” that will all users to install apps from the Chrome web store.

Google Drive Third-Party Apps in Chrome
You can check out all the Drive Connected apps through this Chrome Web Store link.

Source: Google Developer Blog

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