When Google Shared Drives Go Down, Google Pay Up

Google is getting ready to introduce new Drive payments in India and China.

As part of the changes, Google will start offering the Drive app in India as well as China, and also roll out Drive for mobile devices in those countries.

Drives are an emerging payment method in India.

Google has a suite of apps that make it easy to make payments on behalf of other people.

That includes the PayPal and Square Pay apps, which Google launched in India in April.

The company is also looking to launch a new version of its Google Drive app for Android devices, which has already been launched in the U.S. and Australia.

Google will make it easier to make your payments with Drive payments starting in March, and it will continue to roll out new versions of the Drive apps in China.

The drive-payment service will continue in China through the end of the year, according to a Google spokesperson.

Drive is an open-source project that allows anyone to create and share apps that let users store and retrieve documents and photos, as well offer payments to other people using a payment network.

Google is now rolling out the Drive payment system in India, China and other markets, but it’s not clear when the first major push will occur.