Businesses have the option of using G Suite (formerly Google Apps) , a version of Google Drive with all the storage and tools, plus integration of Gmail, Calendar, Sites, and more under their own domain name; the price starts at $5 per user per month and come with 30GB of online storage. Nonprofits and schools can get it free. Drive—an Editors' Choice and one of our few five-star products—is a serious set of tools for serious (or fun) work, all entirely free. But it pays to know more than just the basics. That's why we've put together these tips for how to get the most out of Google Drive. Share your own advice for fellow Drive-rs in the comments below.
The game obviously serves as one giant advertisement for the Wii version with its noticible banner on every page but I would have to say that I’ve probably had more fun competing with all of my friends on Facebook than I have playing it on the Wii. I wouldn’t be surprised if the Facebook version does more harm than good for EA by cannabilizing sales of Smarty Pants. Not an uncommon problem for third party services who try to draw Facebook users onto their own services only to find out that their Facebook application performs better than their standalone application. Context Optional, Inc. did a beautiful job in porting Smarty Pants to Facebook, perhaps too good of a job.