Google Drive for Android now shares files as soon as they're ready

Google Drive's share-on-upload feature

Can’t wait to share a photo as soon as it hits the internet? Google has your back. The company has updated Drive for Android so that you can start sharing files from the notification that your upload is done — you don’t even have to launch the app to get things going. The update also adds support for 23 more languages, including local Chinese and French dialects. Just be ready to wait a while for this no-waiting feature, as Google says the update will be rolling out over the next week.

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Source: Google Drive (G+), Google Play

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