Files Go App Being Tested on Android

Delia Watkins
November 10, 2017

For those who missed it, Files Go is a smart file manager from Google that tries to recommend apps or files to clean up from your device to free up space.

The revelation and banishment of the fake Whatsapp application are the most recent in an undeniably humiliating series of occurrences where users have discovered phony software on Google Play Store - which ought to be the most secure source of Android applications. The app serves several key functions, including working as a storage manager to organize files and free up space. The feature uses Bluetooth connectivity of your device to enable wireless transfer - without requiring an active data connection. The top of the "Storage" feed prominently lists how much space is on your device. The app also includes options to clear app caches, delete apps that aren't used often and remove spam or duplicate images, says the site.

Google today made a decision to launch its new Files Go Android app into public beta to reach a wider group of testers.

Today Google released Files Go Beta for Android devices.

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Users can browse through all of your phone's content by downloads, received files, images, videos, audio, and documents.

Nevertheless, a downloadable APK file of the Files Go app is available through APK Mirror to reveal its features.

Files Go may be headed to emerging markets, where internet connectivity is still not up to par with developed markets. The app is no longer available as the program is full. But more than just a transfer protocol between Android devices, it could potentially work for sending files from an Android device to a Chromebook and vice versa, especially now that Chromebooks run Android apps.

In a panel below it lists stored chat app media, such as pictures, that can be removed. Google would manage to even shrink the app at the time of its public release. To help in this situation, Google has introduced an app.

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