There have been a couple of questions people been asking since Google launched their new cloud storage service, Google Drive, which unfortunately supports only Microsoft Windows and Mac systems. So the commonly asked question is about the non-compatibility with the other major operating system, Linux, which is a free operating system with countless users across the globe.
A social network member at Google+ has posted saying that though he is sure that many like him have already and still are asking the same question, he can’t help but ask it. He asked Google if it’s coming early and whether or not it will support Linux. And, if it does not support Linux, he and a lot of other Linux users will ignore the new development.
He said just like how the people show their love to Google, Google needs to shower love on Linux as well.
The query was not left unanswered. The Community Manager for Docs of Google, Teresa Wu replied that they are working on Linux support and suggested to wait a bit more.
Judging from what Teresa said, it looks like Linux users and fans will not have to wait longer for the software.
Hopefully, it will be out really soon. So be patient, Linux won’t be out of the scene for that long.