Anyway, given its success-the app is used by over 30 million users each month-Google is rebranding Files Go to Files by Google.
"Last December, Google launched Files Go: an app to free up space on mobile phones, find files faster and share them with others easily and quickly-even without an internet connection", states Google's announcement."Files Go was built to solve file and storage management problems for the next generation of smartphone users in countries such as India, Brazil and Nigeria".
This API is now in testing with select developers and will be available to all Google Play developers soon.
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The second option is a flexible update that allows the user to continue using the app while the update continues in progress. The first is a full-screen experience, which blocks use of the app until the update downloads and installs.
The latter - which Google calls "flexible in-app update" - will be for new but not pressing features. You can completely customise the update flow so it feels like part of your app. From that notice you'll see an update button, meaning you won't need to go into Google Play to retrieve the update.
For example, the percentage of Android devices that contain at least one potentially harmful application (PHA) -the term Google uses for Android malware- is above the 0.5 percent figure for Android devices running KitKat (4.x), Lollipop (5.x), and Marshmallow (6.x), but it's way smaller for newer OS versions. Google hasn't announced an official date that it will get wide release but said the API will be available to all developers soon.