Tuesday, 5 December 2017

Google Files Go app now available publicly on the Play Store

The Google Files Go app is now out of beta and available to everyone on the Play Store.


Files Go is primarily a file manager app designed with Go Edition devices in mind. Instead of showing your file directory it instead has categories like images, videos, audio, documents, apps, etc. The app also lets you send files to another Files Go user. It creates a local hotspot, which it then uses to send the file over on Wi-Fi. Depending upon your device, you can get some pretty fast transfer speeds without ever using any data.


The app also gives suggestions on deleting unused apps, duplicate files and, get this, low resolution videos and memes.

Lastly, there is also an option to upload your files to your favorite cloud storage service.



Source: gsmarena

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