Files Go is a free download here on Google Play. Instead of continuing to keep quiet about its plans, as before, it instead opened up Files Go to beta testers who want to get a first look ahead of the public launch.
That said, the app isn't a full-fledged file manager.
The app was briefly available on the Google Play Store before it was taken offline. This app is both a storage management app and a way you can quickly transfer files using a wireless option. As such, Files Go helps users get the most out of their phone's storage. However, the audio, video and image files can only be shared within Bluetooth range. It also has a handy file send/receive feature that can be done with another nearby phone even if you don't have a data connection.More news: Ezekiel Elliott's 6-game suspension back on
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So it only makes sense that Google is working on its own version for file transfer between Android devices.
The app itself is fairly lightweight, as an under 6 MB download. Files Go Beta cam also identify duplicate images and suggest to delete them or clear up the cache on your device.
The Files Go app has a convenient interface that comes with two tabs - Storage and Files.
So the good news is that this app is available right now through the APK. It is a new app and Google has not officially released this app yet. When that day arrives, and if the application is also offered out of the box on future Android devices, we imagine a lot of users will be happy to know they won't need to download a third-party file manager from the Play Store. 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.