Google Drive to mark company's 8th product to hit 1B users, execs say

Google said its online file storage service Google Drive will hit one billion users by early August, TechCrunch reports.

The company made the announcement during its Google Cloud Next conference, which took place July 24-26 in San Francisco. Google Drive will join the company's existing seven products that boast more than a billion users, namely its search service, Gmail, Chrome, Google Maps, YouTube, Android and the Google Play Store.

Google Drive, which the company launched in 2012, stores more than 2 trillion files, Google said at its Google I/O developer conference last year.

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