The app is free to use, with no ads or in-app purchases, though Google is probably scanning all the data you share to serve better ads elsewhere online. Once it's installed, you will be shown a bunch of terms and conditions (Trusted Tester Agreement) that ask you to promise you won't blame Google if your phone falls apart.
PhoneArena notes that the beta isn't super stable, but the design is slick and it seems to work pretty well despite a few bugs.
If you want to share files, that's possible, too.
The app briefly lived in the Play Store for a couple of hours, but it was quickly taken down after it went live.
India doesn't need 5 different GST slabs but one tax: Rahul Gandhi
The Congress, which has been demanding to constitutionally cap the Goods and Services Tax (GST) at a maximum of 18 per cent, said the Modi government was resorting to high taxation on petroleum products.
Olympic medalist Aly Raisman claims she was sexually abused by team doctor
The former athlete, who claims to be "angry", wants to "just bring change" so that young gymnasts "never have to live this again". Clubs are now "required to report child abuse or neglect, including sexual misconduct, to proper authorities, including the U.S.
Places around Madison for Veterans Day discounts
On Veterans Day, all active and retired military can receive a complimentary sausage biscuit during breakfast hours (6am - 11am). Toys "R" Us and Babies "R" Us: Customers with valid military ID receive 15 percent off in-store purchases from November 4-11.
Photos and videos are the most likely file-type to be clogging up people's smartphones, and Google Photos already offers a way to sort through duplicates. It's more concerned with helping you find files and delete them than helping you organize your system. The app, according to reports, is all about helping you free up space on your phone and packs features like an offline file-sharing tool and a file-management facility. Underneath are cards are various suggestions of files that can be deleted to make space. Files Go is clearly meant to rival Apple's AirDrop. To share any image or document via Files To Go, go the Files Tab and simply tap on the Send button. Once connected, the recipient can also send files to the original sender. You will see options to get alerts about low storage, unused apps, downloaded files, large media folders, etc. You can also adjust your name, language preferences, and more.
Designed to steal banking credentials and payment information, BankBot tricks users into handing over their financial details by using an interface identical to victim's bank's app. In each of its appearances, it has targeted victims of a specific list of banks and retail clients.