Google has now released its own Android file manager app Files Go on the Play Store. The app is currently in public beta phase where Google is aiming to collect wider feedback before going for the stable version release. The app was under work for quite some time with original plans for a late December release but it was spotted in wild last week. This made Google change the timeline and announce the public beta sooner.

While Files Go is a file manager app to help you organize your files, it also comes loaded with a bunch of extra features. It is capable of reminding you about rarely used apps so that you can get rid of them and save a lot of space. It also has an inbuilt cache cleaner which makes it easier for you to clean cache from all apps in one go. It even helps in finding duplicate files like images so that you can delete the duplicate ones and again save some valuable space.

There is also a feature to share files with your friends wirelessly and without having to spend the data connection. It works similar to how you use apps like ShareIt and Xender but as the functionality is pre-loaded in the file manager, it is more convenient and saves you from installing one more app.

Another good thing about Files Go app is that it is quite lightweight. It actually weighs less than 6MB in size which means no worries of eating up space. You can get the app using the link given below.

Download Files Go (Play Store)