Teresa Wu, manager of the Google Docs community, in an answer to a question made by a consumer on Google + said the search engine company is working on getting Linux support for their cloud storage service, Google Drive. Currently it only supports PC and Mac users.
Linux users can access and upload files to Google Drive but only via a browser-based interface, they are not able to automatically synchronize files to their Google Drive accounts as PC and Mac users can. The way it is for Linux users is workable, but a native app would be much better.
Wu did not release any time scale for the arrival of Google Drive for Linux, but as Google has always been pro-open source (Android, Chromium OS), it could be released sooner than expected. Drive already has native apps for iOS and Android platforms.