The best Android file browsers and managers in 2019
By Ponyo Hall 2019-06-20 1567 0
If there is one thing that is common to all smartphones, it is the presence of files. Photos, possibly music, videos, residues from old applications, downloads... your phone's memory is full of more or less useful files.
It can then happen that you want to put your hands in the sludge to change its arrangement. Looking for ways to delete, move, copy or modify a file on your Android smartphone? How to move one on your micro SD card? The best way is to use a file manager. And as there are plenty of them, here is our selection of the best in the field.
Several elements are taken into account when selecting a file manager based on what you expect from it. It must be simple, have access to the root of your phone and have basic options such as moving or copying files. But some file browsers also offer other services such as native document opening, cloud service support or remote management of shared storage such as NAS or FTP.
Flashlight + Clock's
In this little game, it is certainly Flashlight + Clock's File Manager, which is the most versatile, most complete and easiest to use. It supports a wide range of files, allows you to manage a cloud space and even opens FTP access to manage your smartphone's files from your computer. It is also very easy to use, but the counterpart is its rather basic interface. If you like Material Theming, it is not this application you should turn to.
If the design is the most important thing for you, we can only advise you to turn to MK Explorer, absolutely beautiful and with very smooth and pleasant animations. The application also offers a number of aesthetic parameters to be set, as well as a root option to increase the application's privileges for hackers. However, it lacks functionalities, particularly for remote storage. In the same way, Amaze File Manager offers more or less the same thing but adds to that the creation of an FTP server to manage files remotely, as well as an application manager.
Combining both a lot of features and a very nice design, which is also customizable, you can also turn to Solid Explorer, considered by many to be the best file manager on Android. Unfortunately, it is charged after a 14-day trial period for those who would like to continue to benefit from all premium options.
Finally, we will end by mentioning Files by Google (formerly Files Go). The application has a very simple to use interface and a convenient option to identify unnecessary or duplicate files, which it then proposes to delete to preserve your smartphone's storage space.
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