David Tavares, the creator of Pear OS (a flavor of Linux) has brought a Google Drive client to the Linux platform. SyncDrive, is the name of his creation, and is available for free. SyncDrive gives Linux users the ability to access their Google Drive and sync files and it looks like it has support for multiple accounts. It’s always great to see the Linux geeks get something working on their platform that didn’t work before. Hit the link below to check out SyncDrive’s website and for the source of this story.