By Daniel Ionescu, PC World (US) | Apr 18, 2012
Just like Dropbox, Google Drive would need good mobile apps, because that's where you pay a lot of money for storage. For Android, Google would need to integrate Drive upload functionality into its own apps, while on iOS, it would need an app for iPhone and iPad. It also would need to win over third-party developers to integrate functionality in their apps.
Good pricing scheme
Google already has a better pricing scheme than competitors, at $5 for an extra 20 GB, compared to $40 on iCloud, for example. If Google sticks to this pricing, you could get 400 GB cloud storage for only $100 per year, compared to $500 for 500 GB on Amazon Cloud Drive.
What features would you like to see in Google Drive?