Insync is a Client for Google Drive / Docs, Using Insync Google Drive Business users or power users can sync and share files easily. Insync is now available for Linux. It supports Multiple accounts, Offline Google Docs editing using the local applications and Recent changes notification. Insync (Google Drive for Linux) can be download and install from their site or you can install it using their official repository(PPA).
To add PPA in Ubuntu
First add the Insync public GPG key for authentication. Run the below command in the terminal and issue the password for the user, when prompted.
wget -O - https://email@example.com | sudo apt-key add -
After adding the key, Copy and paste the below command to add Insync repository to your apt repository.
sudo sh -c 'echo "deb http://apt.insynchq.com/ubuntu $(lsb_release -sc) non-free" >> /etc/apt/sources.list.d/insync.list'
Now update your repository by running the below command.
sudo apt-get update
To install Insync in Ubuntu
For Unity & Xfce Users:
sudo apt-get install insync-beta-ubuntu
For GNOME Shell users:
sudo apt-get install insync-beta-gnome
For Cinnamon Users:
sudo apt-get install insync-beta-cinnamon
For KDE 4 Users:
sudo apt-get install insync-beta-kde
That’s it. Insync is installed and ready to sync Google Drive files.
Go to Dash and type Insync, and start the application by selecting it.
Now you can share or sync files. Check the screen shot.
Hope this will be helpful for you!!!