Google testing a file manager app called Files Go

Google is testing a new proper file manager app called Files Go for Android devices. The beta version of the app went live on Google Play Store for a short time before being taken down, however, you can download it from third party website.

The file manager lets you manage your files or filter them by source, and also lets you free up space by cleaning unused app, clear cache, and delete unwanted media, downloaded and duplicate files. 

The Flies Go app is less than 10MB in size, and also offers smart media cards that shows how much storage you can free up by deleting unused contents and apps. It also has SHAREit like function that lets you transfer files to other devices over WiFi hotspot. The highlights of Files Go file managing app are mentioned below:
  • Help you free up more space in many more ways than before.
  • Suggest removing apps you no longer use to keep your phone fast & feeling new.
  • Recognize and help you remove the spam & duplicate images.
  • Find your important documents without cumbersome and manual effort.
  • Share your files offline – fast & secure – with the tap of a button.
There is no word on when Files Go will be officially released. However if you want to give it a spin, you can download the APK file from APKMirror here (Link). 


Kaiser Bey
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Google testing a file manager app called Files Go Google testing a file manager app called Files Go Reviewed by Kaiser on 11/07/2017 03:51:00 PM
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