Google Rebrands Files Go as Files by Google

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While developers can pick the full-screen experience option to push critical updates, there is also a flexible update option that lets users keep using the app while the update is downloaded and installed. The API provides a couple of options to Android developers to push latest updates to their apps.

Anyway, given its success-the app is used by over 30 million users each month-Google is rebranding Files Go to Files by Google. The name change is meant to reflect the app's ability to help facilitate a smartphone owner's needs no matter which device they are using.

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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. "To address this, we're launching an In-app Updates API".

Right now, the in-app update API is being tested through the Android Google Chrome app and with select partnered developers, but Google plans to expand that early access program in the near future. The Android Developers blog says that the "update flow" can be customized to feel like part of the app (see GIF at the top of this article). Even Google has increased the limit of Instant Apps to 10 MB for Try Now button on the Play Store.

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Google also rolled out Instant discovery that allows to easily adopt the new kind of apps.

Overall, it's a good package of announcements that Google went live at Android Developers summit.

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