The Files tab features the file-transfer tool that allows users to share images, videos, and audio with friends in Bluetooth range. The originally active Storage tab shows you the free space available on your device alongside sporting feature cards that give you access to clean app cache, remove recorded media, and free up the storage by removing large and downloaded files.
The revelation and banishment of the fake Whatsapp application are the most recent in an undeniably humiliating series of occurrences where users have discovered phony software on Google Play Store - which ought to be the most secure source of Android applications. In fact, it was also noted by one Reddit user that in the Google Play Store the update included the official WhatsApp logo and had a high user rating of 4.2 stars.
Share your files offline - fast & secure - with the tap of a button. Google's VP of product management, Caesar Sengupta, took to Twitter last night to acknowledge the app and that it had been discovered, noting that they opened it up to more people are at welcoming feedback. Now, it seems that Google has been working on an in-house file manager app for a while.
The app itself is fairly lightweight, as an under 6 MB download. If you have downloaded a lot of files, you can go to the Storage tab and delete those files.
Talking about the Files Go app, it's a simple file manager that aims to help you take care of the files stored on your phone and tell you about which files are taking up most of the space.
The Files Go app has a convenient interface that comes with two tabs - Storage and Files. The app is no longer available as the program is full. Google would manage to even shrink the app at the time of its public release. When it does though, we will be the first to let you know. Be warned, there could be some issues and glitches since this is not the final release and was a test version.