Google Seems To Be Building A New File Manager For Android


Google is engaged on a smart file manager of its own which, hopefully, will turn out to be the next app to succeed in a billion downloads.

Yesterday, Google launched a file manager app on Play Store for a number of hours and that was sufficient for individuals to obtain it and add the APK on completely different mirror links. Google’s new smart storage app known as “Files Go” and it offers you full management over your files plus some attention-grabbing options to allow you to maintain your cellphone clean and organized.

The app has 2 tabs, a Storage tab, and a Files tab. The Storage tab reveals to you the storage summary of your cellphone. It is going to present you the complete and remaining space in your cellphone. It is going to additionally offer you some tricks to release space in your smartphone. Like it’s going to present to you how much space for storing cache is used in your cellphone and you’ll simply clear it with only one tap. Furthermore, it’s going to automatically detect duplicate records, downloaded information, junk media, and large files and you’ll clear all of them as well with only one tap.

The Files tab permits you to access all your information at one place. It additionally has one other attention-grabbing characteristic which allows you to send and obtain files wirelessly without a web connection. The app additionally permits you to control completely different notifications settings. Like it’s going to notify you when your cellphone is low on storage or there are some apps which you haven’t used for a while. Briefly, Google Files Go file manager is a whole file manager for Android devices and naturally, Google knows the Android more.

Though the app has been pulled from the Google Play Store however you’ll be able to nonetheless try the app by downloading the APK file and installing it manually in your cellphone. It may be installed on any Android system operating Android 5.0 Lollipop or above.

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