Google Files Go is a file manager application designed to free up Android phone space, manage storage, find files and share them easily offline. The app is under 10 MB and also a part of Google’s Android Go initiative.
Files Go is a new storage manager that helps you free up space on your phone, find files faster, and share them easily offline with others.
Uninstall the app:
1. Go to Settings menu;
2. Choose Apps or Application manager;
3. Touch the app you want to remove;
4. Press Uninstall.
◆ Free to use
Files Go is entirely free to use, you can say goodbye to paid or ad-supported third-party file organization apps.
◆ Free up more space under smart suggestion
It will help you free up more space in many more ways than before. For example, it can tell you how much you can free from your app cache, large files, and unused apps. It will send you alerts for things like apps you haven't used in a month, or apps with large unnecessary files. It'll also offer to move some files to an SD card.
◆ Find files faster
Instead of using traditional folders, Files Go uses filters to organize your files better.
◆ Share files offline
You can share your pictures, videos and more with people nearby who also have installed the app. It can do the transfer work offline.
File sharing offline is secured with WPA2 encryption. And there’s no malware or bloatware which might affect your phone’s performance.
◆ Backup storage
The app will remind you when you're low on storage capacity and let you backup your files to Google Drive, OneDrive, Dropbox or other apps.
Google’s Android Go initiative
Android Go is a slimmed down version of Android, developed to get Android onto devices with small amounts of storage. It's mainly meant for the less-powerful devices in developing countries.