Google Files gets better controls for offline media
Google Files gets better controls for offline media. Google now says 100 million users use the Files app every month. Google has made some improvements to the app to improve the filesystem user experience.
Google says the Files app is helping users save 8 GB of space every second. Among the improvements that Google has introduced to the app are Skip, Ride, and Fast in offline playback for music and video. Forward-like controls are included.
These changes to the Files app, though minor, are important for offline media users. The users running MP4 in the Files app are quite fond of it.
Although Dark Mode can be applied to the entire system in Android Cue, before its arrival, Google has also introduced Dark mode in the Files app. Will be updated.
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