OneDrive uses file syncing technology called Block Level Copying, which makes it faster from Google Drive.
If you’re looking for the highest level of privacy with your data, you want to go with OneDrive. Google as a whole is known to sift through your data in order to create targeted ads.
Google Drive does allow you to create links to share data and allow other people to edit, but it doesn’t provide options for passwords, expiration dates, and more.
It’s no surprise that a Microsoft product integrates better with other Microsoft products than Google Drive does.
Google Drive free storage: 15GB OneDrive free storge: 5GB Google Drive Offers 3x as much free storage as OneDrive does.
In terms of Paid Storage, It is hard to say which one cloud service is better. You guys see the chart yourself and decide.
Green: Google Drive Blue: OneDrive