Google has rebranded and redesigned its memory-decluttering app for "Phones Go" smartphones, which also helps users find files faster and share them with others even without an internet connection.
"We rebrand the app to" Files of Google "and redesign the user experience to ensure that the content of your mobile is focused when using the app, wrote" Koji Pereira, UX Lead, Next Billion Users, "in a blog post 8. November  Google File Go app "width =" 1280 "height =" 720 "/>
The search engine's giant remarked that the app has served over 30 million monthly global users since its launch, regardless of mobile phones or Internet speeds.
With New Design in place, when a user clears the files he / she no longer needs, the app will now inform about how the released room may be ̵
The app was launched last December with the purpose of solving file and storage issues for next-generation smartphone users in countries like India, Brazil and Nigeria, and helping people get the most out of limited storage capacity.