You will observe that your Android phone starts slowing down weeks after buying it. Well, this is caused by junks and some files that are no longer useful, which slow down the speed of your phone. If you don’t get rid of those junks and organise your files, you could soon start feeling the need to replace your phone with a new one. Thing is, you can never go wrong with those file management tools on the Play Store, and Google is apparently adding an app of its own to the list. According to Android Authority, Google is testing Files Go, a new file management tool for organizing your files and keeping your phone free from junk.
Google has added a listing for Files Go on the Play Store, but is not available for download to everyone at the moment. We however, understand that the app was available as an early access program that is currently full.
The app will be able to provide suggestions to users for apps they no longer want to keep or use and can delete from their phones. Among other things, it will also be able to find and get rid of duplicated files or images that have been stored on your drive, view all your files in one spot, and have them filtered by source.
While actions like finding and deleting duplicated files and images can best be described as common tasks for an everyday file manager, Google Files Go will go the extra mile to enable you send or transfer files to a friend’s phone while offline.
While access to be a part of the early tester for the app is closed at the moment, Google Files Go seems to be available for download at the APK Mirror where the installer version is available.
Remember, Files Go is still in beta tester state, and will exhibit traits of instability during installation and use. No words on when the app will be available to a wider audience, but trust us at Social Barrel, we will keep you updated as soon as we can lay our hands on any info to that effect.
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