Difference between Google Drive and iCloud

1. Google Drive :
Google Drive is a file storage and synchronization service provided by the Google. It allows the users to store the files and personal data and to share the files. It offers 15 GB free storage space. It was launched by Google in 2012. It is used by almost each and every person which is somehow related to internet. Everyone uses this to store some professional and personal data.

2. iCloud :
iCloud is a cloud storage and cloud computing service provided by Apple Incorporation. It allows users to store data such as documents, photos and music on remote servers for download to iOS, macOS or Windows devices. It also enables to share and send data to other users. It is also helpful to manage the Apple devices if it is lost or stolen. It was launched in 2011.



Difference between Google Drive and iCloud :

GOOGLE DRIVE iCLOUD
It is owned by Google LLC. It is owned by Apple Incorporation.
It was launched in 2012. It was launched in 2011.
It offers 15 GB free storage space. It offers 5 GB free storage space.
It charges comparatively more for additional storage that means it is more costly. It charges less for additional storage that means it is less costly.
It can provide paid storage space of maximum 30 TB. While it can provide paid storage space of maximum 2 TB.
The number of users using Google Drive is more. The number of users using iCloud is less.
It provides the file versioning. It also provides file versioning but partially.
It was designed using Python and Objective-C. While it was designed suing C and Objective-C.
Maximum file size can be 5 TB. While here maximum file size can be only 50 GB.
There is no traffic or band-width limit. While her is traffic or band-width limit of 200, 400 or 600 per month.

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