Google Drive For Linux Not Yet Supported

As cool as Google Drive seems, with its 5GB of free space and super fluid interaction between your documents and Google Docs, there’s still one overhanging flaw that doesn’t quite sit right with some folks.  You see, Google Drive is available for Windows and Macs, which is great because these are the majority of the computer users.  But for those of us who enjoy using Linux, we’ll just have to wait for Google Drive Linux edition to be released.  For now, people who are using Linux will have to settle for just using Google Docs in order to experience Google Drive.  Which in fact means that you aren’t really experiencing the fullness of Google Docs, like the file and folder interface with your local computer.  Oh well… Linux users will just have to wait a little bit longer!

So how long do you think it will take to get Google Drive for Linux?

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