Slideshow for Google Drive™ allows you to view your photos without having to store them on your Android device. This is especially useful for Nexus devices which have limited storage space available.
Slideshow is integrated with Google Drive
A tree view of your Google Drive is displayed where you can select exactly which images you want to include in your slideshow. You can select an entire folder, multiple folders or just individual images. You can also easily select all images in a folder and then untick the ones you don't want to include.
When in the tree view you can click on a folder to view all images in that folder or click on an image to view from that image onwards.
Turn your device into a photo viewer / photo frame by turning on the loop setting so your slideshow never stops. Turn on the random order setting to make the slideshow different every time it plays.
Choose from a number of different transition effects to use when your slideshow is running. You can also set the slide advance to manual and only move to the next image when you are ready. When using auto-advance you can click to pause the slideshow on the current image and click again when you want to resume.
Turn on the zoom setting to automatically zoom and crop any images that don't match the current orientation of your device.
The free version of this app is ad-free but only allows you to view up to 10 images in a slideshow. If you find this app useful please support the developer and buy the full version which doesn't have this restriction.
PLEASE NOTE: Your documents under the "Shared with me" section of Google Drive are not visible to this app by default. To make them visible just login to Google Drive on your PC and drag them from "Shared with me" to "My Drive".
Google Drive is a trademark of Google Inc. Use of this trademark is subject to Google Permissions.
v1.4 - Fixed missing request dialog when app needs permission to access Google Drive
v1.3 - Added "Use large font" setting for people who find the buttons a little fiddly.
v1.2 - Fixed a crash when viewing large images on some devices.
v1.1 - Fixed Google Licensing error