Google Files Crosses 500 Million Downloads On The Google Play Store



Google Files has crossed 500 million installs on the Google Play Store, joining the like of Facebook Messenger, LinkedIn, Google Messages, Telegram and a few other Android apps on the Android store.

Similar to other Android apps on the Google Play Store that have achieved such feat, Google Files do come pre-installed on some Android device. And each activation is counter as an install. Telegram is one of the few apps that have hundreds of millions of installs without being pre-installed on any device.


Formerly called 'Google Files Go', the Internet giant launched the app to help low-end Android phones manage storage: clear our old and duplicate files. The app can also sharer files between devices without using the Internet.

However, the app saw increased usage from high and mid-end Android devices, thanks to the apps lack of intrusive ads. Google later dropped the 'Go' from the name to say the app was no longer just for low-end Android users alone.

You can visit the Google Play Store if you want the functionality offered by the app.

No comments

Powered by Blogger.