Google has rebranded its file management app Files Go to Files and has announced that it is now being used by over 30 million monthly users. Alongside file management, the app enables users to free space on their devices by managing files and one can also transfer files offline without an active internet connection. The Files app was meant for low-end phones and as a means to share files in offline in areas with patchy internet connectivity like in countries such as India, Brazil and Nigeria. Now, the app is also getting a revamped user experience with a new Material Theme design and the background colour theme has also changed to white. The company has not cited any reason as to why the sudden change in nomenclature but it could be to expand the app's reach.
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