File Manager

File Manager is an application that allow you to manage files and folders on your device. The main reason for the use of third-party managers for Android is that, by default, on phones and tablets are installed file explorers that let you perform only basic operations with files. In addition, the majority of them provide the only access to the files on the memory card, which further exacerbates the problem of little functional.

There is no single opinion about the best file manager for Android, but there are some criteria by which we can judge how good is a particular application. These criteria are:

  • providing access to the internal memory of the device and installed applications;
  • possibility of group selection, sorting and copying;
  • a built-in archives viewer and creator;
  • the ability of the remote devices access via the LAN;
  • built-in tools for files of different types viewing.

X-plore corresponds to the all above requirements. You can download it from this page.

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File Manager X-plore 4.01.00
5.1 MB (APK-installer in SFX)
Android 4.3 and higher, Symbian 7 and higher
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Similar paid soft:
Root Explorer (4.09 USD)

X-plore 4.01.00

Free file manager for Android, which provides a wide range of features for files and folders managing on both the mobile device and on the remote PCs and servers!

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