Google focus on the next billion users, Google frequently makes apps that are optimized for developing markets around the world. Recent examples include its Tez payment service and a lite version of Google Search. the most recent appear’s to be a “smart storage manager.”
The new “Files Go” app is listed in the Play Store as unreleased. Google is presently running an early access program, that is presently full, so the majority of users cannot download it right now. this can be in line with its usual approach for apps in developing markets.
Screenshots show an easy application with 2 bottom tabs. “Storage” notes how much free space is available on a device and features cards of data and media which will be removed. There are different suggestions, together with clearing app caches, deleting apps that aren’t frequently used, and removing “spam & duplicate pictures.”
Meanwhile, the second tab referred to as “Files” groups content by images, Videos, and Audio. These sections can be further broken down by their source, together with Chat App, Camera, Screenshots, and more.
One key feature of this app is that the ability to “Transfer files without internet” connectivity. and this “high-speed transfer” is for receiving files from nearby people, with a dedicated view that shows contacts who are in your vicinity. One screenshot hints that transferring is likely performed over Bluetooth.
Release notes on the Play Store mention that it’s presently an”Early dev build” with 500 – 1,000 installs and support for Android 5.0 and higher than. Download, it if you dare, here from APKMirror.