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Re: Nvidia Shield or Wait Nexus 8/9?
Android Kit Kat prohibit Apps from being stored on SD cards since the Fat 32 SD card format doesn't have security inside Apps that the main Ram does have. Fat 32 format on SD cards were never designed for security for devices that had modems. That means any App you give permission to store data on a SD card can access any other Apps or picture on your SD card.
Originally Posted by jstwondrng
Storage info From Wiki;
Google offers all users an initial 15 GB of online storage space, that is shared across three of its most-used services: Google Drive, Gmail, and Google+ Photos (aka Picasa Web Albums). Users can upgrade their free 15 GB account through a paid monthly subscription plan to get additional storage. Documents using Google Docs native formats (including .gdoc, .gslides, and .gsheet) do not count towards this quota. In Google+ Photos, photos of resolution less than 2048 x 2048 pixels and videos shorter than 15 minutes also do not count towards this quota.
As of 13 March 2014, storage plans offered by Google, are all charged exclusively in US$ so any customer outside of the US will need to pay exchange charges, are as follows.
15 GB Free
100 GB US$ 1.99 per month
1 TB US$ 9.99 per month
10 TB US$ 99.99 per month
20 TB US$ 199.99 per month
30 TB US$ 299.99 per month
Google Drive - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia