Android File manager for the users to manage their files
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Organize your Files with File Manager Apps for Android

File manager for Android is here

Mobile App published date 9th December, 2016 Joshua Anderson

Management of numerous files requires proper planning and effective mechanism. Today, smartphones come with a pre-installed file manager which perform many tasks such as copy, paste, delete, hide and rename to name a few. However, there are a couple of advanced jobs like change extension, security and file transfer which cannot be satisfied by the default file manager. It is said that the default file management system is good, but there are plenty of file manager apps designed to let you organize your files as per your requirement. Such apps are developed with the motive to provide you a perfect solution for managing files.

File Manager Apps

File Explorer

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The app which was previously known as FX file manager now comes with awesome, user friendly and easy to use interface. Sharing and transferring of files from computer to devices has become very easy with a Web Access feature. In addition, transfer of files between two phones by using FX connect can also be easily done. The app comes with dual-view mode, allowing you to see two windows at once.

On the other hand, while browsing and managing files, Usage View allow you to see the total size and content makeup of every folder.  This app includes a wide range of built-in editing or viewing applets:

  • Text Editor
  • Binary
  • Shell Script Executor
  • RAR file extractor
  • Image Viewer

File Expert

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This is considered as the best file manager for Android as it can fully access and manage files on several locations in sd card, cloud services, SMB and many more. The best thing about this app is that it auto-categorize your music, videos, photos, apps, eBooks and several other files in a streamlined manner. In addition, supports file tag with different names and colors, support several file sharing protocols such as LAN, FTP, FTPS and SFTP. You can print your documents and pictures with any USB cable.

File Commander

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This is a complete file manager that enable you to handle any file on Android device through a clean and intuitive interface. The android app allows you to separately handle libraries of music, videos, documents and pictures. You can even rename, delete, zip and move with some taps. The premium version of the app offer some advanced tool such as storage analyser to view all your files and folders, secure more lets you encrypt your files, recycle bin to delete and restore files.

ES File Explorer

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This android app gives safe, simple and an easy way to manage your files. This file manager is for both local and networked use with more than 300 million worldwide users. With remote file manager, you can manage files on your phone from your computer. Whether your files are stored in your device's memory, microSD card, local area network or in cloud storage accounts, this app for your smartphone helps you handle all your stored files. You can easily browse and access your files by category.

Gira File Manager

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This file manager app offers simple, intuitive interface and elegant features make it stand out from rest of the apps in the market. With simple clicks, you can manage your files which are stored either on your internal storage, cloud storage and SD card. Furthermore, with application manager, you can take a backup of app installed in the device. Last but not the least, the app supports 29 languages which includes English, Spanish, Italian, German, Dutch, Korean, Arabic and many more.

All these above-mentioned file manager apps are important for your android device so as to make managing and accessing of files easy.

Joshua Anderson

Joshua Anderson

Joshua is a writer at MobileAppDaily and also works as a reporter for the team to keep our readers up to date. He is breaking the mobile app technology news for MobileAppDialy since 2016 and has more than 4 years of experience as a tech blogger.

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