In the past, Google has been striving hard for developing apps and services that are more reliable to the users living in rural, data-lacking locations all around the world.
Previously, the company developed mobile wallet app for users in India and a search-lite app for Google users in Indonesia.
According to current rumors, the company is planning to introduce a new Files Go app, the app will be capable of transferring files wirelessly and no Internet is required for performing such actions, quite similar to Apple’s AirDrop tech.
According to leaked screenshots, the app seems very simple. The app is featuring a storage tab to allow users to see how much space is available on their device.The app is also having files tab that presents content into several types such as images, video, and audio.
Moreover, the app includes an advanced option for clearing app caches, delete apps, that are rarely used by a user and will also help the user in removing spam or duplicate images. But, according to some reports the app utilizes Bluetooth to transfer files between different devices.