Google gives away 2GB of Drive space to celebrate Safer Internet Day

Want more free storage on Google Drive?

To celebrate Safer Internet Day, Google is giving away 2GB of extra storage to users who complete their annual Security Checkup.

Think of it as your annual physical exam, except that this process takes less than 2 minutes, and requires only a few clicks.

To get started click on Security Checkup and log into your Google Account. You’ll then be asked to verify if your account recovery options, connected devices, and third party services you’ve granted permission to are still current.  Once you are on the last step, click done and you’re good to go.


Google is giving users up to February 11, 2015 to complete the checkup. Once you do, the additional 2GB of storage space will be yours for life.

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