Rumors about Google Drive claim the product is Google’s new cloud file storage service. WSJ reported last night it is launching Google Drive in the coming weeks. Flickr user Sebastien Fuss (via GigaOm) discovered today that Google Docs is referencing the product through a code viewable in any browser, which reads: “Add to My Drive.” There is not any physical button in Google Docs, but the code reference is definitely interesting.

It should not be long before we see something out of Google. The Google Drive product will most likely integrate on Android and throughout its other services, like Google Docs and Google Plus.

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3 Responses to “Rumored Google Drive already being referenced to in Google Docs code”

  1. Eric says:

    the code has been removed.

  2. JohnD says:

    Thanks Anoop. Looks like CollateBox will be an ideal tool as an alternative to Google Docs, Went through their video. It looks interesting . Have to wait for the launch of the product.

  3. Anoop says:

    We gotta check out how this is gonna turn out to be. Since Docs are concerned I think having used Google Docs for a while now I've been looking for some alternatives. Have come across few such as CollateBox which can turn out to be very handy in document storage. Must have a look.