Google is testing a smart application to manage

Nov

7

2017

and share files on Android devices
Google is developing a new file management application, which is believed to target users in developing countries, where such applications are frequently required to maintain storage space for the device.

The new application, called Files Go, allows users to free up space on their devices, manage and classify files, and transfer files between devices.

The “Files Joe” application was made available through the Google Play App Store for a short time, before it disappeared to show its link on the store at the moment “Sorry, the requested URL was not found on this server”. It does not know whether the app was published incorrectly or that the company made it available to a limited number of users.

The application comes with two main tabs: storage capacity, and files. On the “Storage” tab, cards that Google describes as smart tell you how much space is available on your device, the application’s cache and the ability to remove it, the common application media on your device, such as IM, WAP, and Telegram.

The “Storage” tab also shows cards for downloaded files, “replica” cards, as well as a Junk Media card. The app provides access to alerts about unused applications.

For Files tab, it includes sections such as downloads, files you receive, photos, videos, audio, and documents. In addition to a section for “Secure Transfer without Internet”, which allows sharing files with friends via Bluetooth technology.

The Vails Joe application provides alerts when storage space goes down a lot, along with alerts when applications go on for more than 30 days without being used.

Users who want to try the app can download and install it manually from the link .

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