Google has already made available Save to Drive Chrome extension for Google Drive that lets users to save web content to their Drive account from its icon on Chrome toolbar or from the context menu. Now to make saving files like PDF and images placed on websites  more easier Google now offering Save to Drive button which website owners can add so that readers can benefit from that by saving files to their Google Drive.

Some companies like O’Reilly, Bigstock, Delta Dental, Fotolia,  Outbox, Zen Payroll and Ultimate software have already added this button to their websites.

Google Drive users need to sign into their accounts to save files to Drive after clicking that button. If you’re not signed in you’ll be prompted for the same. You can test this Save to Drive button on Google developer blog post it self.

Save to Google Drive button for websites

Adding Save to Drive button to websites: Interested website owners can grab the code and find more details by visiting save to Drive technical documentation page. Asynchronous JavaScript code is available for this button so your page load times won’t be affected.

Save to Drive button supported browsers are same as that of Google Drive’s. They’re latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari and IE9 and IE10.