Google continued its slow and steady China strategy after launching Files Go, a file management service for Android devices. The app was launched in global markets last year, but today it has landed in China through four third-party app stores.
In China, the app called "Google 文件 极 Name", which allows users to keep their device's memory limits cleared when they need to free up space. It also includes a feature for finding files and sharing them with local devices without an Internet connection. As with a solid Internet connection, it is important to have enough free space on a device to work efficiently and quickly, which should help Files Go.
Files Go was developed for India, where budget-priced Android phones are mainstream, but interest in App was so widespread that it was later launched worldwide. In fact, the US is now the third largest market for the app, Josh Woodward, a product manager of Google & # 39; Next Billion & # 39; Team, TechCrunch said in an interview.
Given the global demand to bring the app to China, where Google is testing new strategies, it makes a lot of sense. The launch also allows Google to work with third-party app stores because the Google Play Store is banned in China. It chose Tencent, Xiaomi, Huawei and Baidu and the experience will help Google find the bottom of the country.
Google's services remain banned in the country, but this is the third product launch in China after the return of Google Translate last year and this week's ACCORE start.