After launching in beta partway through last month, Files Go, Google’s new file manager, is officially available to download in Canada and elsewhere around the globe.
Like other apps of its type, Files Go attempts to help its users easily organize a variety of disparate files. In this case, using smart filters that automatically organize images, videos, apps and documents in one easy-to-find place.
Moreover, with the help of Google’s Drive cloud storage platform and mobile vision technology, the app will suggest files users should delete to save space.
Lastly, Files Go features an AirDrop-like feature that allows users, as long as they both have the app installed on their respective devices, to transfer files between one another using Bluetooth. Using this feature, users can move files without using any of their mobile data allotment.
Files Go is available to download from the Google Play Store, and is compatible with Android devices running 5.0 and above.