Earlier this week, a new Android app called Files Go appeared on Google Play. However, Google took the app down when tech sites found out about it. Now Google has made Files Go available again and has even asked for a review. So it would be rude not to take it for a test drive.
Go Files makes file management a breeze
Files Go does several things, all of which are designed to help you clean up your phone to keep it in order. It’s also a small file on its own, with Files Go beta under 6MB. Which is to ensure that even the most basic Android will have a place for it.
According to Google Play, Files Go «recommends rarely used delete apps», «recognizes and helps you get rid of spam and duplicate images», «helps you find important photos, videos and documents faster» and «makes it easy to share files offline — fast and safe.»
This last feature is the most interesting as it mimics the AirPlay action on Apple iDevices. Files Go means you can now share files with other Android users in close proximity using just Bluetooth, eliminating the need for an Internet connection.