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Google readying Android app to manage storage, share files without internet

Google readying Android app to manage storage, share files without internet

Talking about the Files Go app, it's a simple file manager that aims to help you take care of the files stored on your phone and tell you about which files are taking up most of the space. Hopefully Google fleshes out the app with more functionality before a final release, but in the meantime, you can give the beta a go at the source link below.

Play Store and trust that all apps downloaded are safe. It's billed primarily as a file management app, letting users quickly locate content on their devices in one spot. The Storage tab is where you will see how much free space is left on your Android device.

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So it only makes sense that Google is working on its own version for file transfer between Android devices. Named Files Go, the app is meant to be a smart file manager, and was accidentally uploaded to the Play Store for a short time, which made it possible for users to download the app and test it. All the files are sorted in sections: Downloads, Received Files, Images, Videos, Audio, and Documents. We are not sure of all of the features yet, but we got a glimpse of what is in store thanks to the test release on Google Play.

Another cool thing about the Files Go app is that it will allow you to transfer files wirelessly. Both smartphones require connecting to each other through send or receive buttons. The app is no longer available as the program is full.

In a panel below it lists stored chat app media, such as pictures, that can be removed. Google also set up a new app review procedure to pinpoint violators as early as possible. Google has enforced software to pinpoint and block malicious apps running on Android gadgets and checking developers' identities as well as preventing those with a history of violation. When it does though, we will be the first to let you know.