Posted by Josh on March 21, 2018 10:08am The Google Cloud storage app is now available for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
This means that Google’s cloud storage app for iPhones is now open to developers.
It’s not available to the Google Play Store yet, but developers can use it to store their own Google data in the cloud.
The new Google Cloud service is available to users in the Google Appstore, and developers can publish their own apps to the service.
This update comes a day after the app was updated to the Android 4.2 SDK.
If you haven’t updated to Android 4, you can download the app from the Google Web Store, and you’ll be able to access Google Cloud on any iPhone.
The Android 4 SDK also makes it easier to set up and use Google Cloud for your app.
You can set up a Google Cloud account with a Google account or a Google-provided one.
You’ll need to install Google’s Google Cloud API key.
Google says that this new update is compatible with Android 4 and higher, but it’s not clear how old this SDK is.
Android 4 is the latest version of Android, which has the latest API for cloud storage.
The iOS version of the app is a bit older, but this is still an important update.
Google is now able to provide more APIs for users to use in the app.
For example, developers can create and run custom commands in the search box, add custom storage labels, and more.
This is another update that makes Google Cloud easier for developers to integrate into their apps.
The update also includes a bunch of bug fixes and other improvements.
This release is available in the Play Store for both iOS and Android.