Although Google does not yet have to convert paid Google Drive accounts to Google One, the Google One app is now available for download in the Google Play Store. The entry for the app shows that the Google One application allows users to manage their storage plans. For example, users can see the amount of storage space that Google Drive, Gmail, and Google Photos consume, as well as the amount of storage space currently shared with other users included in the shared storage plan. In addition, the app also allows account holders to specify how much space they allocate to their family members or other users. In addition, the Google One app also allows consumers to call or chat with the search giant's technical support team for assistance. Last but not least, the app also allows users to access their member benefits such as Google Play credit and special hotel discounts.
Google One was announced by search giant earlier this month. During the announcement, the technology company also mentioned that it will now offer 2TB of cloud storage for $ 9.99 a month, upping the 1TB of cloud storage that the company previously offered for the same price. Even the cheapest storage space, which comes with 100GB of cloud storage and costs $ 2.99 per month, will continue to be offered with all the features of Google One, including member benefits and customer service. It should be noted that live customer service and member benefits are not only available to the account owner, but also to other users in the shared storage space.
Google mentioned in a response to a user rating that Google Drive was paid subscribers in the US will shortly receive an email informing the user that their account has been updated. However, users in other countries will have to wait longer for their accounts to be updated. Interested users can now download the app from the Google Play Store. However, they only receive a reminder that the service will be deployed to additional locations in the next few months. You'll also see a button that allows users to sign up for Google One Service updates.