The app is somewhat similar to Apple's AirDrop, but rather is positioned as a "smart storage manager" that allows users to share, manage and delete files.
The revelation and banishment of the fake Whatsapp application are the most recent in an undeniably humiliating series of occurrences where users have discovered phony software on Google Play Store - which ought to be the most secure source of Android applications.
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For now, the Play Store link for the app is broken, but Google probably intends to release the app soon.
That's not all. Files Go also features a file sharing functionality directly to nearby friends using Bluetooth. The default Storage tab offers suggestions to clear files and get the most out of the space. Importantly, Files Go would spot and remove spam as well as duplicate images to free up storage.
Google is preparing to launch a new Android app that will help users transfer files to other contacts without using up mobile data. All the files are sorted in sections: Downloads, Received Files, Images, Videos, Audio, and Documents. According to now-pulled Play Store images, the app is meant to transfer files wirelessly, even without an internet connection, much like Apple's AirDrop tech.
Moreover, it is best to read the description of the app so that you can determine if the features are listed based on your expectations.
The Files Go app has a convenient interface that comes with two tabs - Storage and Files.
Files Go may be headed to emerging markets, where internet connectivity is still not up to par with developed markets.
So the good news is that this app is available right now through the APK.
Comparatively, Apple's AirDrop does not need any additional apps to transfer files between devices. To help in this situation, Google has introduced an app.