In December of 2017, Google launched Files Go -- an app to free up space on mobile phones, find files faster and share them with others easily and quickly—even without an internet connection. Today, Google rebranded the app to Files by Google.
The company has also redesigned the user experience to make sure that the content of your mobile phone is the focus when you use the app, all while keeping the same functions and playfulness that people love.
“When you clear out files you no longer need, we now celebrate how much you saved by telling you what you’ve freed up room for—whether it’s enough to take a few more selfies, or to download a whole movie,” Google said in a blog post.
Files by Google aims to solve file and storage management problems for the next generation of smartphone users in countries such as India, Brazil and Nigeria.
“In less than a year, Files Go has grown tremendously to serve over 30 million monthly users. We’ve noticed that people across the globe are using it, no matter what type of mobile phone they have or how fast their internet connection is. We often find that products designed for the Next Billion Users work just as well for everyone—including people with a fast 4G connection and a top of the line smartphone who want to organize their files and save on storage as well,” the company added.