Android have certainly become one of the most powerful OS out there and to add to its existing capabilities it comes filled with a ton of system files for various downloads, DRIM files, Cache memory etc. So if you want to do justice to all of them make sure to download a capable File Manger.
Created by Rhythm Software, this developer is heavily into Android utility apps and after testing almost all of their apps I have to say that all performed really well.
This File Manager is a full fledged manager with a fresh revamped user-interface, user-friendly look, and functionality. Newbies will love all the icons; there are over 60+ different file types with their very own 3 commercial set of icons and toolbars. Moreover, the whole UI of the app can be configured according to the users choice and there are a plethora of options to suit every individual’s need.
I tested this app on a Samsung Galaxy S II and after fiddling around a bit, it was File Manager that was my call of the day. Galaxy S II already houses a very capable File manager, but this app is just a class apart. The functionality that really works like a charm can not be even compared. So, users can compress their files on the go and shoot an email without breaking a sweat.
The app supports for media streaming via LAN without any downloads. Also, there is support for both local and remote (LAN/SMB) file systems. The better news for advanced users running rooted device is that the app supports Root Explorer for those devices. Functionality at its best.
Overall, the app is great and works like a charm. No lag, no hassles, no bugs, it is the perfect companion for advanced users who know what tinkering with device files is all about. So for all Android users, this File Manager should be featured in your app drawer without a doubt.
- Written by Frostech
- Published on July 12, 2012