Google Drive vs. Microsoft OneDrive
There are three cloud storage service that most people consider using: Dropbox, Google Drive, and OneDrive. More often the choice is coming down to the latter two. The magic combination of price and the convenience of integration with other Google and Microsoft services make them top choices.
While both services offer the same basic thing—a ton of online storage at a good price—there are some key differentiators that make each service the right choice depending on your needs.
Pricing and value
The first big difference is what you get for what you pay. Anyone looking for the lowest price for the most online storage should be looking at Google. The company has an umbrella service called Google One that gives you shared storage that works across all your Google services including Drive and Photos. You can also extend the storage to people in your Google Family.
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