Google posted about the launch of Google Drive on their French language blog but removed the post after a while.
The content of the post are now available publicly. And the details are pretty close to what the rumors had claimed.
It comes with 5GB of free storage which is already being rolled out to users on their Google Docs account.
The service would feature deep integration with Google Docs and Google Plus. Users would be able to open tons of file formats right inside the browser without requiring a desktop application for the same.
The app would be available for Windows and Mac along with Android and iOS devices. Linux seems to be ignored completely at the moment.
Google seems to be targeting enterprise users with this service. Extra space seems to be priced at around USD 4 for 20GB per month.