Google’s new File Manager “Files Go” launched in public beta

Google recently launched its new Files Go App in Public Beta for huge number of beta testers available.

Files Go is a new file manager for Android made by Google. It was scheduled to be launched in December but earlier this week, the app was released in beta. The company announced it silently via a tweet:

Just like other File Managers, the main focus of Files Go is same. It also includes some other useful tools too, such as: Space recovery by removing unnecessary files, file transfer, etc.

It seems like Google has decided to open up about the new app. Instead of public launch, they released the beta app for testers who are keen to use before its public release.

The beta app is available on Play Store named as: “Files Go Beta: Free up space on your phone (Unreleased)”.

The description of app is something like this,
Files Go Beta helps clean up space on your phone and keeps it organized.
  • Recommends rarely-used apps to remove so your phone stays speedy
  • Recognizes and helps you get rid of spam & duplicate images
  • Helps you find your important photos, videos, and documents faster
  • Makes it easy to share your files offline — quickly and securely
  • Files Go Beta is light on space — under 6MB

Try this new app and let us know in the comments below.

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Source: TechCrunch

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