Google brings Files Go file manager update in the Play Store


Google is rolling out a new update to its recently launched Files Go file Manager. The update packs various new features and other changes. New version of the Files Go file manager is now available on the Play Store. Users can update it to get the new features such as SD card support, optimization for tablets and using third party apps to open files.

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Talking in depth about the new changes, Files Go manager now support SD cards. You can manage content on the SD Cards simply by clicking the three dots on the home screen of the manager. It will allow you to filter the files loaded up on the SD card with just a click.

Android Tablets, the market is at it’s lowest since the launch of tablets. Still, Google is taking care of the tablets users by extending the Files Go support for the large screen devices.

The last but not he least is the ability to open files in third party apps. In order to bring greater flexibility and control over your data stored in the phone. Files Go now give you option to handle content through different apps.

All these new features are now available and can be loaded from Play Store via an update.

Additionally, Files GO has been downloaded by 10 million people. Even it has cleaned 1.1 gigabytes of space on average.

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