Files Go is a new storage manager that helps you free up space on your phone, find files faster, and share them easily offline with others.
Free Up More
In just a few taps, you can free up space more quickly and easily than ever. Delete old photos and memes from chat apps, remove duplicate files, erase unused apps, clear your cache and more.
Check Your Storage
Files Go lets you see how much free space is left on your phone and SD card. You can easily transfer files to an SD card to free up your phone’s storage, right from the app.
Files Go gives helpful suggestions of files to erase before you run out of space. Files Go recommendations get smarter the more you use the app.
Find Files Easier
Files Go saves time looking for photos, videos, and documents on your phone. It uses filters rather than folders so your stuff is organized more intuitively.
Share Files Faster
Share your pictures, videos, documents, or apps with others nearby who also have the app. With speeds up to 125 Mbps, it’s fast, free, and it works without the internet, so it doesn’t cost mobile data.
Encrypted File Sharing
Files Go’s offline file sharing is secured with WPA2 encryption, providing more secure file transfer.
Backup Files to your Google Drive
If you want to keep a file forever, select it from the Files menu and back it up to Google Drive or any other cloud storage app.
Efficient, Effective Storage Management
Files Go takes less than 6MB of storage on your phone. And there’s no malware or bloatware to affect your phone’s performance.
Files Go is a different files manager but is not a file explorer either. It only makes easy for you to manage and save on space. People often confuse File Manager to a File Explorer which are both different. A file manager is an app that user is enabled of services only managing the files and folders irrespective of the order. Whereas, File Explorer enables a user to explore the system files and files saved by the user itself.
To present a clearer idea of these concepts we will have a separate post concerning File explorers and File manager.