Google Rolls Out Upgrade For Files Go App
Files Go application of Google, which was revealed together with Android 8.0 Oreo (Go Edition) and other “Go” version apps, has been upgraded with some additional functions. The application, which is meant to make easier the management of content in a smartphone, gets 3 new functions such namely Android tablets, support for SD cards, and better customization with other application.
As a fraction of the upgrade, Files Go supports SD cards as most of us employ them to backup significant files. Up till now, the app only displayed files amassed in the memory of the handset. “With one click in the grid or list view, you can simply filter to view files amassed on your SD card,” claimed software engineer for Files Go at Google, Devesh Sarwate, to the media in an interview.
Not only handsets, but the app now also operates on tablets running on Android, making it simpler to administer storage even on bigger screen gadgets. Consumers can also modify which applications unlock your files with the latest “Open with” feature. This indicates that if a consumer unlocks PDF file from within Files Go application, it is likely to unlock that file in their favorite PDF application.
Google rolled out Files Go in December last year and is stated to have been downloaded more than 10 Million times. The application is also claimed to have cleared almost 1.1 GB of memory on an average. The application has 3 fundamental functions comprising finding files such as images and other content quicker, freeing up memory by removing unwanted texts and more, and sharing files with people nearby without going online. The application is obtainable for all Android gadgets on Google Play.
Some of the different Go edition applications that are already obtainable are Google Assistant, Google Search, Gmail, and Google Maps among others.