Insync, which despite sounding like the name of a dodgy 90s boyband, is arguably the slickest of these.
Along with instantaneous syncing of your Drive contents to and from Ubuntu, the tool lets you edit your documents offline, quickly generate share links through Nautilus, and alert you to any changes or errors via an indicator applet.
The company who make the app claim to store nothing themselves (bar authentication token and metadata info on your files). All uploads, edits and deletions occur natively on your device and are ‘synced’ to Google Drive.
For Drive-less Linux users the ‘best bit’ about Insync is that it is a ‘wrapper’ for Google Drive; it lets you sync files and folders from a Google cloud account, and vice versa.
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