Today Google has decided to launch its new Files Go Android Application in Public Beta to reach a broad set of testers. The company was preparing for its new file manager for Android later in December, but in the beginning of this week, those plans were frozen when the app was seen in the wild during the trial. File management files are also in the focus of Go, the app also includes other useful tools, such as helping users to move users by clearing unnecessary clutter and then working offline via Bluetooth, the file transfer feature .
The company quietly announced a wide beta of files this morning, via a tweet.
Looks like some of you found our Files Go Beta 🙂 We thought we’d make it available for a few more of you on the Play Store. Feedback welcome! https://t.co/qXLb1V0bKu— Caesar Sengupta (@caesars) November 9, 2017
Originally, Google has decided to capitalize on interest in the new app, due to its exposure through media coverage Rather than continuing to keep quiet about its plans, instead of opening files for beta testers, which want to take a look before public launch.
The beta app is now back on Google Play, where it is “File Go Beta: The blank space on your phone is listed as a blank.”
Details, as mentioned earlier, details of its features – including its ability to identify and remove spam and duplicate photos; Support for offline file sharing; Its file management utility; And its tool is recommended that which of your least used apps can be removed to help empty space in your phone?
The app is quite light, as is a download of 6 MB.
Although initial speculation was that the files were for the purpose of emerging markets, we think that it is on track of the global launch that starts in December.
Files Go is a free download here on Google Play.