In May, Google launched its second Android App, Files Go, in the Chinese market. Take the Xiaomi application store as an example. At present, the program maintains a full score of 5. Previously, Files Go was positioned for the Android Go platform, featuring lightweight and concise keyboards that did not take up too much resources. With Files Go's monthly life increasing to 30 million, Google is considering upgrading Files Go. After all, there are plenty of flagship users with plenty of storage space among current users.
First, the American District store, Files Go, was renamed Files. Secondly, some UX elements are adjusted to ensure content focus. Of course, core file viewing, space release and offline Interfax functions are not sacrificed.
In fact, Google China has been looking for ways to expand. It has set up an AI R&D center in Beijing, but the pace of consumer product expansion is quite slow. At present, another Google App that can be used on Guohang mobile phones is the Google Translator launched last year, which is maintained by a Chinese joint venture.