Google finally launched ‘Files Go’ app globally

Published on December 5, 2017

If you have ever tried Apple’s AirDrop, you will surely love the way Google made its Files Go app that makes the transfer of files more comfortable and convenient for Android users. Search engine giant Google was running a beta version of the app for a long time, and after getting the fruitful testing, the company has launched the final app for users all across the world. Now let’s understand what Files Go app is and how it works.

Files Go App

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If you have ever used ShareIt app, then you can easily access the Files Go app launched by Google. Files Go an app that makes the phone space vacant quickly and also helps in finding and sharing the data immediately with the people close by. Files Go app transfers the files between two devices placed nearby holding the same app without using the mobile data.

The app uses the company’s free vision technology with which it suggests which files users should delete like some unused apps, duplicate files, low-resolution videos and memes. The beta version of the same app was launched in November, and after a trail of almost one month, the officials began app for global use. The company made the app for Go edition devices, but it supports all Android smartphones which run on an Android version higher than Lollipop (5.0).

As according to Google, a user can save up to 1GB of space by using the app on his Android phone. Google has also launched Google Go app which is a revamped version of Search Lite and helps in giving basic Google search in few simple steps.

Besides Files Go app, Google also launched the Android Oreo Go edition for the smartphones with carrying a RAM of less than 1GB. Google has now updated its G Suite for India with some new additions.

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