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Files Go – Google's unreleased file management app appears, quickly disappears from the Play Store

Files Go – Google's unreleased file management app appears, quickly disappears from the Play Store

However, this opinion has proved unpopular, as file managers are some of the most downloaded apps by category on the Play Store.

If you want to share files, that's possible, too.

Files Go, the secret file manager app of Google's that was discovered earlier in the week, is now available for download on Google Play. It's billed primarily as a file management app, letting users quickly locate content on their devices in one spot. While the app is now available as an early access program for testing purposes, it will officially be launched globally early next month. The app has since been pulled, but can be sideloaded as an APK file. While there are a lot of third-party applications that make for great file management tools, there was a void of sorts for a true blue file management tool from Google themselves. We are not sure of all of the features yet, but we got a glimpse of what is in store thanks to the test release on Google Play.

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Files Go is a simply designed app with two bottom tabs. The default Storage tab offers suggestions to clear files and get the most out of the space. It's more concerned with helping you find files and delete them than helping you organize your system. Tapping any opens a file viewer to an "All" tab. It will tell you Documents, Videos, Images, Downloads, and Received Files. This uses the Bluetooth connection on your Android device. Both smartphones require connecting to each other through send or receive buttons.

(Web Desk) - Tech giant Google is readying its latest Android app which will allow the smartphone users to share files and manage their storage without using internet. It will compile the list from the last month of apps that you have used and not used. The app is no longer available as the program is full.

Essentially, Google has chose to capitalize on the interest in the new app, thanks to its exposure through media coverage. Google has enforced software to pinpoint and block malicious apps running on Android gadgets and checking developers' identities as well as preventing those with a history of violation.

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