Google has redesigned and redesigned its "Files Go" memory decuttering app for smartphones, so users can find files faster and share them with others without an Internet connection.
"We renamed the app to" Google & # 39; s files and redesigned the user experience to make sure that the content of your mobile phone is central to the use of the app, "wrote Koji Pereira, UX Lead, Next Billion Users, Google in a blog post on November 8. 19659003] Google Files Go App "width =" 1
The search engine giant noted that the App since its launch has served more than 30 million users per month worldwide, regardless of their mobile phones or Internet speed redesigned, once a user deletes the files he no longer needs, the app now informs of what use of the shared storage space – could be, whether it's enough to take a few more selfies, or to download a full movie, added Pereira.
The app was launched last December with the goal of solving file and storage management issues for the next generation of smartphone users in countries such as India, Brazil and Nigeria, and helping people understand the limited storage capacity of Optimal use of telephones.