• Google rebranding the Files Go app to Files by Google

    7 days ago - By WMPoweruser

    Google last year released a file management app called Files Go for Android devices. It comes with an AirDrop-like wireless file sharing functionality as it takes advantage of 5GHz Wi-Fi Direct capability in supported devices to support the highest transfer speeds possible. Google today announced that it is rebranding the app to Files by Google....
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  • Files Go app is now Files by Google, also gets refreshed UI

    Files Go app is now Files by Google, also gets refreshed UI

    7 days ago - By PhoneDog

    Nearly one year after its initial launch , Google's Files Go app is getting a bit of a rebrand.
    Files Go will now be known as Files by Google, the company announced today. This name change is due to the fact that people around the world are using the app, no matter what type of phone they have or how fast their internet connection is, Google explains. "We often find that products designed for the Next Billion Users work just as well for everyone-including people with a fast 4G connection and a top of the line smartphone who want to organize their files and save on storage as well!"
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  • Files by Google: Android's file browser, at long last

    Files by Google: Android's file browser, at long last

    7 days ago - By SlashGear

    Since my first Android phone, I wondered why I had to go to the app store to get an app that'd allow me to look at the files on my phone. I'd been spoiled by the idea that, since smartphones running iOS and Android looked somewhat like they were running desktop operating systems, they should also have easy access to...
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  • Google rebrands, updates its Files Go management app - CNET

    7 days ago - By CNET

    The app helps you clean up your Android phone.
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  • Files Go rebranded to 'Files by Google' and updated with a new UI

    Files Go rebranded to 'Files by Google' and updated with a new UI

    7 days ago - By Android Central

    The new name and look are rolling out now.
    Back in December of last year, Google released a handy little app called Files Go to help users in developing markets free up storage space on their phones and share files without the need for a data connection. Now, the app's getting a fresh coat of paint with a new name and UI.
    According to Google , Files Go is now used by more than 30 million people all around the globe and in countries where low phone storage and weak data speeds aren't an issue. As such, the "Go" branding is being dropped in favor of a more streamlined name.
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  • Google rebrand Files Go to just 'Files', updates the UI along the way

    Google rebrand Files Go to just 'Files', updates the UI along the way

    7 days ago - By GSMArena

    Google released the Files Go app late last year and as the name suggests, it was meant for Android Go users. Well, it proved so popular that the app is getting rebranded to just "Files by Google".
    Files Go was meant to help you clean out the clutter out of the limited storage on Android Go phones.
    But Google noted that the app has grown to 30 million monthly users, some of which were using powerful phones with plenty of storage. We guess it's easier to lose a file in 128GB of storage than in 8GB, such lost files pile up and take up room.
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  • Google's Files Go hits 30 million users and is getting a new name

    Google's Files Go hits 30 million users and is getting a new name

    7 days ago - By The Verge

    Google is renaming Files Go , its lightweight files app for phones with limited storage, to “ Files by Google ” to reflect that the app works no matter what kind of phone you're on - and to potentially propel it to further success.
    The year-old app is now used by 30 million people each month, according to Google, and it says that plenty of people outside of the app's target demographic have been using it, prompting this change.
    It's way better than the built-in file manager
    Files Go was meant to help manage files on devices with small amounts of storage, in part by offering users...
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