Google tests Files Go, a Smart File Manager App

Google Files Go App Review:


Googe has been spotted testing a new file manager app for Android smartphones named Files Go. The app has been unintentionally leaked via Google Play Store and seems under beta testing. Soon after the app got exposed, the Google LLC has removed the app from the play store.

From the description, it is evident that the Google is releasing a new start file manager app for the Android smartphones. The app has an inbuilt cleaner option which can help reduce the space consumption by unnecessary app data; junk files and temporarily created data. Files Go also recommends users to uninstall less frequently used apps and harmful apps to uninstall, helping the users to keep their devices fast and smart. Interestingly, the tech giant has embedded an in-app offline wireless file sharing feature, which works like Shareit, Xender and other similar file sharing apps.

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If the company is launching the Files Go soon, it would be a best competent against several other mainstream file managing apps like ES File Manager. Apparently, the Google Files Go is free of ads and junks so that it would be a stressless experience with the app. Google also claims the app as one of the best File Managing apps made for Android smartphones under 10MB.

Even though the Google has removed the app page from Play Store, we still have the APK with us. You can expect an App review from Team AndroidHits before its released. Stay Tuned!

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