Google’s PIN-encrypted Android ‘Safe Folder’ protects crucial documents

Google’s PIN-encrypted Android ‘Safe Folder’ protects crucial documents

Google launched the Files app in 2017 as part of its Android Go endeavor for low-powered devices, but the handy app is available for all Android users. On top of giving you direct access to your downloads, received files, apps, images, video, audio and documents, it offers suggestions for freeing up space. In fact, Google said the app has deleted “over 1 trillion files of digital clutter” since it was launched. The new Safe Folder feature is now available in beta, and will roll out to more users “over the following weeks.”

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