Get Most of google Apps on Ubuntu Desktop

Google Apps are an incredibly powerful means to a very productive end. With this ecosystem you get all the tools you need to get the job done. And since most of these tools work within a web browser, it couldn’t be more cross-platform friendly. No longer do open source users have to hear “Linux need not apply”, because Google Apps is very Linux friendly.

But when using Linux, how do you get the most out of your experience? There are certain elements of Google Apps that come up a bit short on Linux ─ such as the Google Drive desktop client. Worry no longer, because I have a few tips that will help you extend and get the most out of Google Apps on the Linux platform.

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