The global search giant Google has announced that it is going to merge the storage capacity on all its applications like Google Drive, Gmail and Google+ on Monday.

Earlier, an individual user was allocated 10 GB and 5GB storage capacity on Gmail and Google drive respectively. Now, there will be unified space of 15 GB put together for users.

As per the company, the move is aimed at letting user utilize the additional free space lying on other applications. Now, the user can keep on storing data on Gmail way beyond 10 GB if he/she has free space on other Google applications like Google Drive and Google+. It can also be done vice-versa.


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