Android users had to attend an extended time for a official file manager app from Google, and that they finally got one in 2017 when the public released the Files by Google app. the appliance , which was previously named Files Go, was originally only available for Android Go Edition devices. tons has changed since its first release, and Files by Google is now available on any Android device. Over the years, it’s gotten a bunch of latest features, too. Google added a secure Folder just last month, letting you securely store your private information and files. Now, Files by Google 1.0.33 introduces a few of more useful features.
The first of those new features is that the ability to regulate a video’s playback speed within the app’s video player. the choice lives under the 3-dot menu at the highest right corner, and it offers a playback speed options from 0.5 to 2x. you’ll also choose a playback speed in increments of 0.1 by scrolling the horizontal wheel. I even have personally never felt the necessity to vary the default speed of the video I’m watching, but I can understand how some people may find that useful when watching lectures. Interestingly, even the video player found within the Google Photos apps doesn’t offer such a feature.Another welcome new feature may be a dedicated PDF handler. Previously, if you wanted to open a PDF file inside Files by Google, you had to either use a PDF viewer from Drive or whatever third-party option you had installed. seems like none of these options are going to be necessary for Files by Google users anymore.