Google’s Files app updates: finally the default choice of apps
In the Android smartphone sector, one of the fundamental apps to use on every device is the file manager. The apps useful for managing all the files on the device are now integrated into all operating systems in the stock version.
Files is the file manager that Google has developed and implemented for all Android users. It is a file manager that also offers smart functionality that go beyond just managing files locally, like the one for automatically free up memory by deleting unnecessary or duplicate files.
In the last few hours a new update for the Google Files app, with which a novelty is introduced regarding a functionality that still was missing on Files. Let’s talk about the possibility of choose the default app to open a specific type of file on the device.
With the new option it will be possible to choose the “Always” alternative when asked with which one open a certain type of file. The request is proposed, at the Android system level, when you try to open a file compatible with opening via more than one of the apps installed on your smartphone.
This would be the main novelty related to the update being deployed, but it is not excluded that there are others. in case you notice further news then you could report it to us in the comment box below.
As mentioned above, the update for Google’s Files app is currently in the process of automatic distribution through the Play Store. Below is the button for the direct download.