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Google Drive is everyone’s favorite Dropbox alternative. It allows free flowing, easily accessible, and unive...
Google Drive is everyone’s favorite Dropbox alternative. It allows free flowing, easily accessible, and universally user-friendly viewing and sharing of almost any file you can imagine. It’s awesome for collaboration at work, and even better for the backup of your personal files. So it only makes sense to download extensions to boost its already impressive usability.
Here are 7 extensions sure to enhance your Drive functionality.
Most Drive users take advantage of the cloud storage service for text and photo backup, but with WeVideo you can turn your Drive into a powerful multimedia editor. It is extremely versatile, and with three different editing modes—Storyboard, Timeline, and Advanced-- suitable for editors at all levels of expertise.
2. Pixlr Editor
Video is all well and good, but not everyone is interested in becoming a media expert over cloud storage. Pixlr provides an easier introduction to the editing world by letting you practice your skills on photo stills.
The service is comparable to Gimp, Paintshop Pro, and Photoshop. Use Pixlr directly in your browser to edit your photos for maximum exposure.
Never scan through old threads for your important attachments again. This handy extension automatically saves your gmail attachments to Drive. They’ll be easily searchable and descriptively labeled in your drive files. This extension will save you hours of tedium.
Save to Google Drive is essential for anyone who spends time working within the Drive format. It makes saving web content, screenshots, and text to your Google Drive easy. Just right click to open up the context menu and save HTML5 audio, video, documents, images, and whatever might appear in your browser to the appropriate Drive file.
It can be irritating to constantly switch between your word documents and your browser window while you’re taking notes. Notes for Drive eliminates the unnecessary clicking by allowing you to make appropriate annotations within your browser while its open.
Drive is undoubtedly useful, but it hasn’t been as widely adopted as Dropbox, and there are a great many other users out there who work with Sugarsynch and other, lesser known cloud storage services. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could sync files between any and all such services seamlessly?
CloudHQ offers exactly this kind of highly useful functionality. You’ll never have to worry about adopting a new interface to collaborate with a friend or client again. Just add this extension and sync all your accounts at once.
One of the main concerns most people have with cloud storage is security. With the NSA constantly sneaking through our metadata, foreign governments attempting to do the same, and independent hackers browsing through the scraps, it’d be nice to have a little extra support in the way of privacy protection.
Fogpad integrates seamlessly with your Google Drive account and allows you to create encrypted documents for the extra layer of security your most sensitive information requires. Put your tin-foil hats away, because Fogpad has got you covered for everything short of extraterrestrial mind readers.
All of our favorite cloud services are great, but when you customize them to suit your personal needs with fantastic web applications and extensions like these, they become exponentially more useful!
How have you pimped out your Google Drive? Share your customizations in the comment section.