A few days ago, we posted about a new app by Google called Files Go. The app was accidentally released by the search engine on Play Store and as expected, it spread like wildfire all over the internet. We came to know a few features of the app. Files Go is basically a storage manager which will help the users in getting rid of excess cache and useless data from their microSD card and device. The app can also notify you to delete the useless apps on your phone and yes, it will be a life saver indeed.
Google, being the king of everything that there is, has decided to let users test the Files Go app in the beta version. We think that this a pretty cool move to clean up an accidental leak, what about you?
Coming back to Google, a staff member tweeted about Google’s decision to release the beta version of Files Go on Play Store.
After the leak, the link to the app was taken down from Play Store and now, the app is available again for testing. Find it here on Play Store. However, we must warn you that the Files Go app is prone to freezing right now. It generally freezes when you try to refresh and is not complete yet.
So, if it is a little unstable on your device, you’ll know that this is just how it is for now.
The app gives you the option to share files using Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity and if you are ready to test it, do let us know your feedback on it!
How impressed are you with this move? Will you beta test the Files Go app? Let us know in the comments section below!
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