Every day millions of Android smartphones run out of available space on their internal memory the result is always the same. Whether you wanted it or not you will have to delete some files, some photos, some apps. A sadness that is repeated too many times! Now, to help you manage files on your smartphone, Google offers a new App, Files Go, a great file manager!
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Although most smartphones now have at least 16GB or 32GB of internal storage, there are still less storage smartphones around the world.
Coming to Files Go now for all Android devices
Yes, there are still many smartphones with 8 and up to 4GB of internal memory. The scenario gets even worse when some of these do not have the ability to expand via microSD card.
You will eventually get the storage full message – Warning! Internal memory full! How many times has this happened to you?
And there you have to sacrifice some photos, applications or other information. Now, to help you choose what's important and what's disposable, Google has launched its Files Go, a powerful (and lightweight) file manager for every Android.
Google's Files Go file manager will help you:
- Free up space – With personalized suggestions on which files you can and should delete. From applications you rarely or never use to repeated files. Too large files or low resolution videos. You will even be able to detect those memes that you no longer use!
- Find what you're looking for – Faster! Spend no more time navigating through the maze of folders. Find exactly what you need, what you want at the exact moment you want it. Speed is one of the biggest assets of this file manager. If not for Google a great search engine …
- Save it all in the Cloud. If you want to permanently save a file, if you want to save something permanently then select it in the Files Go application and sync it to your Drive. This way you won't lose it.
- Sharing, even offline. Transfer directly from your Android smartphone to a nearby smartphone. Without spending data. The transfer is encrypted and the speed of 125 Mbps is a big bonus. Oh, and it's free, don't forget it!
Unloads ON HERE Files Go through the Google Play Store
We had previously talked about this application when it was still in beta. Now any Android (5.0 Lollipop or higher) will be able to install this new file manager. I hope you enjoy it and above all that it is useful to you!
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