How to Share Google Drive Photo and Video Album with Others on iPad?

Google Drive is the cloud storage and synchronization service provided by Google. It has good integration with other services provided by Google like Google+ and Docs. It also has a powerful search capabilities which helps you to get your files faster. It allows you to search by titles, content and owners. You can easily share your individual photo/video file or folder with others on your iPad. To learn how to share Google Drive photo and video album with others on iPad, read below.

Here are steps to Share Google Drive Photo and Video Album with Others on iPad:

  1. Go to https://drive.google.com & sign in to your account. If you don't have an account, then create one.
  2. Download "Google Drive App" on iPad from the Apple App store & launch it.
  3. Tap "Google Drive App" on your iPad.
  4. Tap "My Drive".
  5. You will see all your photo and video albums.
  6. Select photo or video album which you want to share.
  7. Tap "i" icon, you will see all details of the photo or video album.
  8. Tap "Share" button.
  9. A "Add people" window opens up. Add names or email addresses to share your photo or video album.
  10. Tap "Ok" button.
  11. This is how you can share Google Drive photo and video album with others on iPad.

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