Google has recently announced to increas its free memory space quota of free storage for a normal user from 5GB to 15GB straight. The 3-fold memory boost will be available for Google Drive, Gmail and Google+ combined together.
On the other hand memory space for businesses using Google Apps are increased from 25GB to 30GB across the three services.
The announcement was made a few days before Google I/O Conference (May 15-17, 2013) that held in San Francisco. The move is seen as Google’s effort to overcome Dropbox and Microsoft SkyDrive which are the immediate competitor to its cloud based storage service Google Drive.