The news comes via Lucidchart, a diagramming and flow-chart creation company. Earlier today a link briefly went live (and then was hurridly removed) that allows signed-in customers to link their Lucidchart accounts to Google Drive; see the screen cap below. Presumably, that would have allowed your charts to synq automatically with your cloud storage.
Seeing a product that is clearly ready to launch Google Drive integration suggests that we really are getting close to the launch of Google’s long-fabled Dropbox competitor, but perhaps more importantly it suggests a full-fledged API will be available to developers (and clearly is already available to some partners). This should mean that GDrive can be utilized by app developers, and should open up a host of new cloud storage options for mobile users of all stripes.
While we expect Android to have a robust implementation (and a native app) at or shortly after launch, with an open API app users on all mobile platforms should soon benefit. Now if only the Google Drive would actually launch…
source: Lucidchart via The Verge