The Google Files Go app has been updated with a new Share tab, which can transfer files at a faster pace

April 3, 2022 0 Comments

Files Go app users will now see a Share tab for easy offline sharing. Google says offline data transfer speeds have also increased, to 490Mbps.

Google launched Android Go along with other ‘Go’ branded apps in December last year. One of them was its storage management app, Files Go. Although all Go apps work with light versions of Android, File Go is compatible with almost all Android devices. Now, the company has updated Files Go version 1.0.201265789 and added a new ‘Share’ tab for easy file sharing. Not only that, Google has also dramatically increased the speed of offline file transfers. There are also some improvements to the connection protocol and it is said that it takes an average of five seconds to connect two devices. In addition, new security measures have been added to connect to the correct user and encrypt all transfers.

According to Google’s blog post, users will now see a new ‘Share’ tab, which makes it easier to share files offline. The company says that the speed of offline file transfer has also increased significantly as users have been able to monitor transfer speeds up to 490Mbps. However, the Files Go app selects a method for quickly sharing files quickly available on a device, such as 5GHz Wi-Fi Direct. This latest version of the app now supports file extraction and also has a ‘Clean’ tab that will help users delete old videos. This is a big change to the UI, as before, the app had a navigation tab for files and storage.

Launched in December 2017, the app works on all phones running Android 5.0 (Lollipop) and higher. The Lightweight Data Sharing app aims to help users free up space on Android devices and allow them to share files offline. Plus, it makes it easy to search for files and back up files to the cloud to save space on the device.

In April of this year, the Google Files Go app made Audia available. Josh Woodward, Product Manager for Next Billion Users Group, said, “Smartphone users with less than 4GB of data storage capacity often struggle to keep their phone’s storage space at the top and constantly have to choose which one to keep or delete.” , Was introduced in support of Indian languages ​​including Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Malayalam, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu. Google is adding support for more Indian languages.

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