Google Introduces Google Go and Files Go in Indonesia to Facilitate New Internet Users
Google Go comes with feature that give a pleasant internet experience despite the slow internet connection
Google creates a buzz to help users in developing countries, such as Indonesia, by launching Google Go and Files Go. Both application are designed based on user study results in Indonesia. They are part of "Next Billion Users" program, after launching Datally few days ago.
Google Go is a data-saving Google browser app for mobile devices with limited Wi-Fi or connection, while File Go is an app to help users send and receive files offline and help to sort the storage for faster access.
In official statement, Google Go is based on research in 170 cities in Indonesia and India. The new internet users tend to use simple mobile device with 512MB to 1GB storage capacity, including unstable connection. Google Go is made to work faster in mobile device with low-storage RAM and 2G network.
In details, Google Go offers an interface to help user in browsing, supported in many languages and front-page personalization to make it easier for browsing.
In terms of capacity, Google Go is efficient. It can also work well using only 5MB storage. Thanks to Google's innovation technology development for compression in providing instant access despite in 2G network. The thing can be a solution for public users with no access of fast and stable network.
Files Go on the other hand, is designed to help user in sorting their storage. Its features are claimed to be able to help organize and clean the storage slot, making device performance remains comfortable.
Files Go can also be used in sending phone-to-phone files in close range, similar to iOS's AirDrop, speeding up to 125Mbps without any internet data used. Another data attached is backup feature or cloud backup.
– Original article is in Indonesian, translated by Kristin Siagian