Screenshots of ‘wen interface' for the Google Drive have surfaced on the web a few days after it was reported that "Google Drive" will be integrated over web, Android platform as well as desktop platforms and will pose as a DropBox rival.
The images have been submitted anonymously and they have been blurred for avoiding identification. The screenshots are very much similar to Google Docs web version, however, it has folders and files and not documents.
Even though there is huge possibility that these images might be fake, they do appear to be legitimate. Besides, the screenshot there is a purported logo which has appeared along with an explanatory image.
The logo displays rudimentary illustration of the cloud file storage along with Google-style blue, yellow and also red triangular logo on laptop. Mountain View based web search giant company has not declared anything regarding any remote or even cloud storage service.
At present the company has "dumb" storage for Google music as well as for Google Docs, besides gigabytes for email storage for each user of Gmail. Having a large pool of storage space, it wouldn't be hard for Google to provide such services to its users.
[Source: Geek Wire]