Do you use Google Docs to store your files? Google announced in January that Google Docs is able to store any file, whether or not its a document. In addition, the maximum file size was increased to 1 GB. Could it actually get any more amazing than that? Apparently so.
Google has just announced that users can store absolutely anything using Google Docs. That’s right, including your car keys, remotes, concert tickets, and anything that you might possibly lose without Google’s help.
Are you moving far away? No problem! Upload your items to Google. Then download them at your new house!
What’s really amazing is the price at only 10 cents (USD) per kilogram, which includes free pickup and delivery to and from anywhere on our planet.
From the Google Docs Blog:
- Find your keys and more
Ever wish you could CTRL+F your keys? Store your keys and other objects you commonly lose with Google and you’ll never have to worry about finding them again.
- Fast pickup and delivery
We’re testing a new mail courier network integrated with our Street View fleet. We’ll show up within 3 hours to pick up anything you choose to store in Google Docs, guaranteed.
- Competitive pricing
At $0.10 per kg, you can store a grand piano for the price of lunch.
The cloud is truly amazing and Google makes it even more amazing. What do you think of this new upcoming feature? Leave your thoughts in the comments.