Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by gslngr, Oct 8, 2010.
Tried OI File Manager, liked it.
Highly improved new version with iTunes-like music-player functionality
full support for the android music-library: edit playlists with drag-and-drop, sort songs by name/album/artist/year, browse albums in "Cover Flow"
integration of music library and file system: drag songs from folder to library-playlist, open songs from library in file system...
options to select what details to show: icons, extensions, size, permissions, time modified (also as "ago")
many fixes and improvements
Been using Astro since G1 days.
Just got the Nexus and still using it
First file manager for Android with tree view like in Windows Explorer!
supports drag-and-drop, auto-scroll, zoom, drag-select
ES File Explorer
new: image viewer, featuring
- simultaneous pan and zoom, like on the iPhone
- double-tap to zoom in continuously to a specific spot
- fling-scroll inside zoomed image and to next image
... all completely smooth, even on slow devices
- enhanced gallery view, option to crop thumbnails
- performance improvements
i tryed 3-4 from list
Astro is best choice for me
Has anyone tried File Expert? It was mentioned on The Android Soul a few days ago.
The Android Soul said that we're the best file manager for Android platform.. Here are the reviews:
File Expert is really an awesome android app with boot loads of features, maybe capable enough to replace anything from 3 to 5 apps you use currently, and guess what, still adding features you hadn
Try File Expert
Its really fast also supports SMB.
also has text viewer and image viewer
even supports FTP AND HTTP.
I'd like to try the lite version, but it does not support Gingerbread.
Root Explorer +1
As people stated IDK why its not on the list tried Astro Manager it don't even come close to RE. Hell I used RE to delete Astro.apk tells you how much I like it.
Yep root Explorer here as well
Root Explorer isn't on the list - that's my favorite.
Why? It isn't the same as Root Explorer. It's obvious from the responses here Root Explorer is the most popular, but it isn't in the poll ??
SpeedSoft makes Root Explorer.
But yeah, Root Explorer is absolutely essential for anyone who's rooted. Typically one of the very first apps I download on any new flash.
Ah, I see - but really, use the name people are going to recognize. Root Explorer should be the name, not SpeedSoft Whatever the heck is up there!
Completely agree with you. Dunno why it's up there that way.
Can you please edit your poll and fix the name of Root Explorer? No one knows it under the name SpeedSoft.
Since I'm here already...fixed!!!
Beyond File Manager
Support a wide variety of archive formats, such as;
Zip (Deflate, Deflate64, LZMA, PPMd, BZip2), 7z** (LZMA, LZMA2, PPMd, BZip2), XZ, Wim, BZip2, GZip, Tar. Extraction only: Arj, Bz2, Cab, Chm, Dmg, Deb, Iso, Nsis, Rar**, SquashFS, CramFS, Udf, Lzh, Lzma and PPMd.
AndroXplorer v.3 supports Unicode UTF8 and UTF16 conversion for Zip archive.
Also encrypted password
Does it have root access?
I use Bluetooth File Transfer, as it has a built in file manager which does everything I need to be able to do.
Androzip does not display the file names if my language font is set when I view zip file contents. (only in view zip file. file browsing shows the font as it should).
Does anyone know workaround?