Until recently, Google did not have its own file manager for Android. Files Go is an application designed to fill this gap and appeared in beta version a few weeks ago and is now available for free download through the Play Store.

We have to notice that – Files Go does not offer anything new or unique, but is a useful application with an intuitive interface that allows you to easily look into the folders and files on your mobile device.

Another great feature is the ability to share files offline, Airdrop-style. When you enable the feature, it lets you discover other devices and create a WiFi “hotspot” to share files. If a friend also has Files Go and file sharing enabled, it’s simply a matter of hitting send or receive. “The file transfers are encrypted, fast (up to 125 Mbps) and free,” says Google.

The application automatically scans for duplicate installed programs, detects too large files, and gives you tips on how to optimize the available space. You can use it for standard file browsing, although it lacks the more complex application functionality like Solid Explorer. Post from: GizBrain

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