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Google launches Files Go Beta for offline sharing and file management

12 November 2017

It's basically an app that lets you manage and share your files, with an added feature that works similar to Apple's AirDrop.

Here's what you need to know about Google Files Go.

Clunkily named Files Go (Beta), performs a few useful different functions for your Android phone. Instead of continuing to keep quiet about its plans, as before, it instead opened up Files Go to beta testers who want to get a first look ahead of the public launch.

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How does Google Files Go work? Underneath are cards are various suggestions of files that can be deleted to make space. Storage tells you how much free storage you have, followed by tips on how to free up space. But, of course, not everyone uses Google Photos, and not everyone uses Google Drive, so it will be interesting to see whether Google tries to push its other services through the Files Go app in the future.

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So Files Go is essentially an amalgamation of three services: system cleanup, file-management, and file transfers. To share any image or document via Files To Go, go the Files Tab and simply tap on the Send button.

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Yes, but these days however, the development of fake apps have lost some of their bite. It also has a handy file send/receive feature that can be done with another nearby phone even if you don't have a data connection.

That said, the app isn't a full-fledged file manager. Just open Files Go and send it or accept it. Simples! Just select the name from the list and share your files.

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Google launches Files Go Beta for offline sharing and file management