Funny enough, Google never had a dedicated file manager for
its Android platform until some weeks back, when the app Files Go suddenly
surfaced – a new app designed to be used as a files hub for Android devices, however
mainly meant for the latest lightweight Android Go edition of the OS.
Google's Files Go now available for the public, download your here

Initially, the app came as an unreleased beta, but now with
the release of the app earlier today, it means Files Go is no longer in
“beta” as its now available for almost everyone on the Play Store.

Files Go is yet to get any new ground-breaking functionality,
however, it comes with a surprisingly friendly interface that’s card-based and
gives you quick insights about all the files and folders on your device.
Google's Files Go now available for the public, download your here

The app automatically scans for duplicate apps and allows
you to ditch the redundant ones, identifies large files, and gives you
different tips on how to save some extra storage out of your phone. Of course,
you can use it as a regular file explorer and browse your files, though it
lacks the sophistication of third-party apps like Solid Explorer.
Just in case you’ve previously picked the beta version then,
simply move to the Play Store page of the app and opt out of the beta program
at the bottom of the page. After that you’ll be able to download the regular
release. Jusst click HERE to get your.

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