Google has released an update for its file Manager Files Go. Now the application will be referred to Files by Google. Also has changed its design.
This is stated in the official company blog.
So, the new version got v1.0.219550556.
Note that the changes concerned, first of all, the application interface is created on the new design language from Google called Material Design 2.
File Manager from Google has received not only a new design but also a new called
Previously this kind of (a lot of white and colored buttons) has, in particular, got Google Play Games, Google Chrome, Google Calendar and the web version of Gmail. By the way, the new interface fits perfectly into the design of the latest version of Android OS 9 Pie.
Also, the app has changed name – it is now officially called Google by Files or just Files. This is due to the fact that initially Files Go was created as a lightened version of the program for the Android platform Go. However, its popularity, Google has decided to develop the app as a full-fledged file Manager.
By the way, recently received the update of another popular app Google Photos. Earlier, the redesign of the program, and now changes in the interaction with a smartphone and automate some actions. In particular, there was a “Live album” and the users have access to photo editing tools.
What Files (Go) from Google? Is a file Manager, through which you can not only free up memory on mobile devices, but it is much easier to find files and share them with others, even if there is no Internet connection. Google created it to solve problems with files that arise among the owners of smartphones a new generation. The application was primarily for India, Brazil and Nigeria. Thus, people have the ability to maximize your phone’s memory, enjoy your favorite music and video, and send apps to each other with incredible speed without using mobile data. The number of monthly users of the app makes more than 30 million.
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