Google One

One simple way to get more out of Google

#5 Product of the DayMay 15, 2018

- All paid consumer Google Drive storage plans will be upgraded.

- Google One plans will start at 100 GB for $1.99, 200 GB for $2.99, and 2 TB for $9.99 per month, > 2TB will remain the same (1TB grandfathered in)

- Plan sharable up to 5 family members

- Live chat support


Antoine Plu
Marcos Ortiz
Laurens Laudowicz
 +3 reviews
  • Pros: 

    More storage / Less money


    not sure yet...

    Been using Drive for work since day one. Recently made the switch from Dropbox to Drive for personal storage as well. I am all G'eeed out. Hmmm....

    Laurens Laudowicz has used this product for one year.


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Laurens Laudowicz
Laurens Laudowicz@laurens_laudowicz
Who is the maker of this?
Marcos Ortiz
Marcos Ortiz@marcosluis2186 · Co-founder at Capital Latino, LLC
@laurens_laudowicz It seems that Pavni Diwanji (@pavni) is the VP of Engineering in charge of #GoogleOne at @google
Chuck Kahn
Chuck Kahn@chuckkahn · Assistant Editor, Freelance
Is there a way to see a visual breakdown of my Google Drive usage like Sequoiaview, Windirstat, Disk Inventory X, etc. do for desktop storage?
Chuck Kahn
Chuck Kahn@chuckkahn · Assistant Editor, Freelance
What is Google's current definition of "high quality" free photos / videos uploads and will that be updated as well?
Raveesh Bhalla
Raveesh Bhalla@raveeshbhalla · Product/Design Consultant
@chuckkahn IIRC current definition is 12 megapixels for photos, 1280 for videos. Didn't see any changes to this
Marcos Ortiz
Marcos Ortiz@marcosluis2186 · Co-founder at Capital Latino, LLC
@chuckkahn when they talk about high-resolution photos and videos, I think that they are refering to big pictures captured by modern smartphones with resolutions bigger than 2500 pixels and with an average in used space bigger than 2 MB. in the case of videos, they should be talking about high resolutions videos with more than 720p. For example: the new Samsung Galaxy S9/S9 Plus captures slow motion videos in 1080p and 4K. So for all this, you will need everyday more and more space, and Google One could be a smart way to store all this. Read more about this here:
Ayush Chandra@ayush_chandra · Research Intern & Tech Evangelist
Great job!! 😊 Hopefully it useful !!
Ian@ianfortier · Co-founder at
It is the Google response to the Amazon Prime membership/premium subscription? Look great 😁! Willing to give it a try!