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By Brian ManzulloAssociated PressPublished Dec 03, 2017 11:37:13Google is rolling out a new feature for its desktop browser that lets users access Google cloud storage for free.

It’s the latest step in a long-running battle for online privacy for tech giants like Google, Amazon, Facebook and Twitter, who are trying to build an increasingly personal digital footprint.

Users will be able to upload files to Google cloud and download those files to their devices using Google Drive, Google Cloud Storage or Dropbox.

This could include a file on Google Drive that could not be downloaded to a smartphone, and files on Google Cloud that would otherwise be inaccessible due to a limitation in the cloud storage service.

Google says this is “the first time we have ever done something like this,” and it says it will expand this service to other cloud services, like Google Docs and Google Drive for Business.

The feature is available in Google Chrome, Google Chrome for Android, Chrome for Mobile and Chrome for Desktop.

It appears to be an extension of the feature that lets people transfer files to other computers via Google Drive.

Google Doc, the other popular cloud storage app, also makes this possible.

It has the potential to significantly improve Google’s image of itself as the provider of the world’s most popular and reliable online services.

The cloud storage feature is likely to attract a large number of users who are frustrated with the current state of cloud storage services.

But it’s also likely to draw criticism from privacy advocates who say the feature will make it easier for companies to track users.

The Google cloud has been the subject of some criticism since Google announced plans in 2015 to offer users the ability to share their data with other companies for a fee.

Google said it was doing this for a variety of reasons, including reducing the cost of data transfers for users.

Google also said it would be able keep track of what kinds of files were uploaded and uploaded by the users.

While the service is free, Google is not offering users a choice in whether to accept the fee.

It offers the option to pay for a subscription that allows users to upload and download files and files for a period of time.

This is a service called Google Cloud Drive.

The extension for Google Chrome and Google Chrome Web Store will be available from early next year.

Google did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Google Cloud is an easy way for users to share files and access them across multiple computers, which is a feature that was initially envisioned as a way for companies like Google to use their cloud services to store their data.

But in recent years, Google has been working to expand its cloud services and to make them easier to use, including for cloud storage.

Its cloud services now include Google Drive and Google Doc.

Google’s cloud storage is not limited to just the Google cloud, either.

Google says that Google Cloud is open to other companies as well.

It is unclear whether this will be an opt-in feature or a free service, but the extension appears to offer both options.

Users can upload files on a computer that is connected to the internet, like a computer running the web browser.

The computer will also be able access Google Cloud.

Users upload files and then download files to a computer and then use the browser to view the files on the other computer.

Users do not have to download files directly from the web, and they can upload the files directly to the cloud using Google Doc or other services, but it appears to require some setup.

Users of Google Chrome on mobile devices can upload and save files to the computer they’re connected to.

Users can also upload files from the Chrome Web browser to a Google Drive account.

Users are also able to download and save photos from the internet and from a cloud storage account.

Google said in a blog post that it is working with companies to make the service easier to work with.

“Google Cloud Drive is an open standard and can be easily extended,” the blog post said.

“Users can easily create their own accounts and upload, store, and download any files from Google Cloud.”

Google said the new extension would not be able the offer a “one-click” feature, so users will have to manually upload and store files.

Google has long been trying to make its cloud service more accessible to users.

Earlier this year, it started offering cloud storage and cloud backup services for mobile devices, allowing users to use those services to back up data.

Google also announced plans for a new service called Cloud Storage for Business, which offers a similar service for companies that have a small number of employees.

The service was supposed to launch in the fall, but is now expected to be available in the first half of 2018.