Surely throughout these days, you’ve read something about Files Go, a file browser that Google was preparing for our Android devices. So far, the only way to download it was through the APK file, and many people did not able to do so.
Fortunately, now the tech giant Google has published the beta version of “Files Go” on Google Play Store, which means you can now download the app on your smartphone officially.
At the moment it is in the testing phase, so it is normal that we may find one or another failure, bugs, crashes, etc. In fact, in the time that I’ve been trying the app, I’ve fallen a couple of times.
Files Go is a mix between a management application and another file sharing, because we can not only access, move, edit and delete documents stored in our device, but also we can easily share them in those apps that we have installed, such as WhatsApp or Telegram.
As far as design is concerned, we do not have any complaints because the tech giant Google is the father of Material Design, and if someone knows how to design an app it is the tech giant Google.
It is a clean, accessible, easy to use and intuitive app made by the tech giant Google. It has a couple of interesting options such as freeing space (deleting large or unnecessary files) and sharing with close friends, which makes use of Bluetooth and GPS so that, using a nick, we can pass files to our friends quickly and in a simple way.
The application is available for download on Google Play. It’s free, it’s pretty and it’s useful, so if you’re looking for a file explorer, Files Go is an option that you should not discard. At the moment it is unstable (it is marked as “for developers”), although knowing Google in a couple of updates will make it ready.
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