Google Drive

PUBLISHER: Google Inc.
VERSION: 1.0.77
SIZE: 4.6M


Keep everything. Share anything.

*** Google Docs is now a part of Google Drive! ***

* With Google Drive, you can store all your files in one place, so you can access them from anywhere and share them with others
* Use the Google Drive Android app to access your photos, documents, videos and other files stored on your Google Drive
* Upload files to Google Drive directly from your Android device
* Share any file with your contacts
* Access files others have shared with you on Google Drive
* Make any file available offline so you can access them even when you don’t have an Internet connection
* Create and edit Google documents with rich text formatting
* Edits to your Google documents appear to collaborators in seconds
* Make quick changes to spreadsheets
* View your PDFs, presentations and more
* Upload and convert files to the Google Docs format
* Take a photo of printed text and convert it to a Google document
* Optimized experience to take advantage of larger screens for tablet users, Honeycomb (Android 3.0+)

Free Fire Apps Review

Some Google apps do not work without the core Google Services installed.  Luckily, Google Drive, aka Google Docs, will work fine on the Kindle Fire.  So, here you go, another “cloud” app increasing the amount of space you have available on your Kindle Fire – and also complete access to Google Docs services.

You must be logged in to download this app.

View App on Google Play

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10 Responses to Google Drive

  1. cameron says:

    How do you find files you have downloaded onto your kindle

    • Usually you tap on the “Downloads” app and they’re saved there. Sometimes, if you’re using a different browser, you may need to go looking for where it was downloaded to. I’d recommend installing one of the File Browsers from the Amazon App store – this will allow you to browse the folders on your Kindle Fire. Even with alternative browsers it’s usually something like Download or Downloads that files get saved to.

  2. cameron says:

    Hello I got my kindle fire a couple weeks ago and have noticed there are many apps from the Apple Appstore that are not on the Amazon Appstore. Is there anyway that I can somehow download one of them?

    • Unfortunately, there is no compatibility between apple apps and android devices – Apple devices run on the Apple OS and Google Devices run on Android. It’s like trying to run a Mac application on a Windows machine.

  3. Well what is a rooted fire??

    • A rooted fire is one that allows you full access to everything on the Kindle Fire, allowing you to install and remove system files and programs, even completely replace Amazon’s OS with something completely different.

  4. ddog1955 says:

    App doesn’t work. Says “Couldn’t find google account. Exiting application but it never really opens just a sord bubble saying this. I have Google Drive working on my ipod and 2 pc.s. Let me know if there is something I am suppose to do to get this to work.

    • Let me check it out on my wife’s Fire. Mine’s rooted so that may come into play. I’ve said it before I’m weary about adding Google apps because the Fire doesn’t have the default integration – but I ended up adding them when people request them. I’ll follow-up in a bit.

      • Hi! Sorry for the slow response. I tried Google Drive on my wife’s non-rooted Fire, and it did the same thing it did to you! The weird thing is it will allow you to add additional accounts once it loads, but it won’t load without an initial account to sync to. Sorry folks, this looks like it requires a rooted Fire to work.

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