Google Drive, the cloud-based storage system has been widely rumored to land this April. Now with an additional bit of purported evidence, the folks over at LucidChart have managed to leak an integration page belonging to the cloud storage service pictured above. This goes to suggest that we could be seeing it launching officially very soon, perhaps within the rumored period of April after it made several small cameos while flitting about the interweb.
Apparently Lucid Chart, the website that offers free flowchart, software and diagramming tools was offered a medium to share and sync data between its website and Google for just a brief period of time. This throws another intriguing prospect into the mix which is that Google Drive might not just be for personal usage. It seems that the Mountain View-based search giant wants Google Drive to be seen everywhere and for all storage purposes be it corporate or individual. Now, the only thing that still remains to be seen is its official launch date and when we can get down and dirty with the service.
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