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Published: Fri, November 10, 2017
Research | By Jennifer Evans

Google launches Files Go Beta for offline sharing and file management

Google launches Files Go Beta for offline sharing and file management

But the most interesting part of the app is a "Transfer files without internet" feature that lets you "transfer files fast to nearby friends" at high speeds. Thankfully, you can download this app right now as an APK even though it was pulled from Google Play Store.

According to 9to5Google, the app looks to be part file manager and part file transfer app. Files Go aims to be a one-stop shop for Android users to manage their files on board without using third party apps. Read on to learn about Files Go and the cool things this soon-to-be-released app can do for you.

We'll be sure to update you once the app is made available for download in Google Play. The main interface shows an overview of how much storage space is being used by files and offers tools to clean the app cache, or browse through other areas where files may have accumulated - like those received from a chat application, for example.

Google apparently is working on a new file-transfer app for Android that works like Apple's AirDrop.

The Files Go app is similar to both Android Go and YouTube Go in terms of the basic premise of the app.

Nevertheless, a downloadable APK file of the Files Go app is available through APK Mirror to reveal its features. It's more concerned with helping you find files and delete them than helping you organize your system. This uses the Bluetooth connection on your Android device.

Alongside the simple two-tab experience, the Files Go app has the integrated file transfer feature that allows you to send or receive files wirelessly. Google has enforced software to pinpoint and block malicious apps running on Android gadgets and checking developers' identities as well as preventing those with a history of violation. It is a new app and Google has not officially released this app yet.

We do not know yet if the page will remain open, or Netflix will close it once again.

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