18 January 2019
Google’s Files Go, a storage organizing app has now officially been rebranded to Files. Google announced the rebranded name while revealing that the app is being used by over 30 million monthly users. Taking a quick look back will remind you that this storage manager app was initially rolled out for the developing markets such as Brazil, India, and Nigeria last year.
Talking about the rebranding, the search engine giant didn’t reveal the reason of rebranding of the Files Go app but it’s assumed that it has been done to avoid any confusion between the apps running for Android Go programme on the low-end devices. The reason behind this rebranding could simply mean to reach beyond the Android Go handsets to bolster its ultimate growth.
Also, the Files app now has Google Sans font and new icons, just as noticed in its recent beta version. The app has undergone the Material Theme Design treatment; the background of the app is mostly in white color over the previous grey and blue color coverings.
The rebranded file management solution from Google can be downloaded from Google Play Store. You can use the link provided below.
Google Files | Android | Play Store, Free