Google takes aim at China's smartphone market with country-specific app
Its trying to tap one of the biggest smartphone markets in the world with a Chinese version of Files Go, a storage management platform.
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is ramping up its efforts to return to the world's biggest smartphone market.
The search giant launched Wednesday a China-specific version of its storage management platform, Files Go. The app can be downloaded from third-party app stores hosted by Chinese tech mammoths, Baidu,
, Tencent and
Called "Google Wen Jian Ji Ke" (roughly translated as "Google Files Geeks"), the new tool wants to help users better manage their files and keep devices running efficiently. It recommends items users can delete to free up space and helps users organise and locate files they can share to local devices offline.