Google prepares Files Go, a new app for managing files on Android

Google is currently developing a new mobile application focused on the management of files on Android phones. That comes with some extra features, and the most interesting one is being the possibility of transferring data to nearby contacts via Bluetooth. So, its functionality is similar to Apple’s AirDrop, in which all users must have the app open to make transfers.

Google prepares Files Go, a new app for managing files on Android

Google prepares Files Go, a new app for managing files on Android

The application has a name “Files Go” and is currently available in Play Store through its early access program. Also, the quota of beta testers is now complete so that no one else can be added to test it.

Some people think that it is an application focused on emerging markets. Although others, like TechCrunch, understand that its launch will be worldwide for all users on this coming month of December.

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Through the captures of 9to5Google, it is a medium that initially comes with its existence. And it has been possible to know aspects of its operation. As far as, it will allow managing files, recovering storage space, and the data transfer.

In addition, the application will offer two tabs in its interface: Storage and File. So, in the first place, we will show cards of those components. That includes suggestions of items, which we can remove, even from the application cache, duplicate files, among others, and in the second tab groups available content by type.

The most daring can try the application through the existing version in APK Mirror.