Google strives to return to the largest smartphone market in the world.
The search giant released a China-specific version of its Files Go storage management platform Wednesday. The app can be downloaded from third-party app stores that are hosted by Chinese technology mammoths, Baidu, Huawei, Tencent and Xiaomi
Called "Google Wen Jian Ji Ke" (roughly translated "Google Files Geeks") new tool wants to help users to better manage their files and manage devices efficiently. It recommends users delete items to free up space, and users can organize and locate files that they can share offline with local devices.
This is Google's second China-specific app, the first being Google Translate with nearly 1
Google's other attempts to return to China include the opening of an artificial intelligence laboratory in Beijing and an office in Shenzhen. It has also signedwith China's largest technology company, Tencent
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