Google’s Drive App Data Folders Will Greatly Lend a Hand to Developers

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  • 05 Apr 2013
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  • Without support from other software manufacturers any OS developer is practically left with just the software he can afford to invest in, making the platform unattractive for most users. Apple and Google realise this principle all too well and try to offers as many tools as possible to developers, that besides are very easy to use and put any idea in practice.


    It is very important for every developer out there, especially in terms of games, to realise innovative offers that can attract users a lot more than the usual clone with features implementation. Thus when such an idea is born, until it is ready to be provided as a stable release the developers must keep it under lock and key, so that there are no issues with someone “borrowing” their idea. Inn this regard it seems Google is also ready to lend a hand, mking it a lot more easy for developers to store their files.

    Google Drive has become in a relatively short amount of time one of the most highly appreciated offers in terms of online storage. The software giant is also providing a lot of bonuses, giving away GMail storage for free with every 25 GB subscription and offering 100 GB of storage for three years with about every Chromebook. As for developer tools, Google now provides its App Data Folders, meant to keep developer files safe, secure and available at all times. In a addition to that there are also “custom properties” that can be added to Drive files that will allow developers to create searchable fields that are either app-specific or are to be shared with other apps.

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    SOURCE: techcrunch
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