Top 10 Android Best File Managers You Should Use
Top 10 Android Best File Managers You Should Use

Best File Manager For Android Smartphones

When it comes to android devices there are a lot of file managers out there but most of the file managers come with ads and most of them do not have advanced options and easy user interface. Android operation system has been ruling the smartphones world with many features. Here is the list of top ten best Android file managers.

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1. Amaze File Manager

Amaze File Manager is a newly launched app for Android but it has been reviewed by most of the users as the best file manager app. This app has features like copy, paste, cut and much more that runs smoothly and it also features a built-in app manager to uninstall apps, root explorer, SMB file sharing. It is available free to download.

2. Cabinet Beta

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Cabinet Beta is one of the apps that have Material Design that made it improve its stability and performance. this app features access to various folders using the slide out menu. Rooted users can use it for performing various tasks that an ordinary app cannot perform and it is available free to download.

 3. ES File Explorer Pro

This is one of the oldest app available in android and also very awesome because it has many good features also a friendly user interface. A free version of the app is also available to that can be used for some basic functions.

4. File Manager by ASUS

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This application features LAN and SMB support, along with  cloud storage support, support for various types of files, archiving support, and more. This app is a must try for users who need a file manager for daily use and it is available free to download.

5. Root Explorer

Root Explorer is designed especially for the users who has root access to their devices and it has features like root-friendly, lightweight experience, text editor (for build.prop files), tar support, permission changing, APK binary XML viewer, and more. It comes with comes with SMB support and cloud storage. This application is paid one and costs about$3.99.

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6. Sliding Explorer

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This app is known for its most talked about feature sliding UI and this feature has been implemented better and updated as a result the users get a great looking Material Design. This app supports features like file sharing, compression support, document printing and it is available free to download.

7. Solid Explorer

This application has been getting more popular and hitting more and more downloads with this easy to use feature and it supports features like Material Design, cloud support, root access, FTP, SFTP, WebDav, SMB, and CIFS support, archive and compression support, Chromecast support, and much more. This application is paid one and costs about $1.99.

8. Tetra Filer

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This file manager has a quick and lightweight experience. It supports compression, file management. It doesn’t have many features in it but for the basic purpose, it is worth trying. This is a free version and the paid version of this app has theming, the ability to show hidden files, and remove the limitation on bookmarks

9. Total Commander

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Total Commander is one of the most rated file managers and it has got many amazing features like network storage support, cloud storage support, plugin support, bookmarks, and text editor. This app is free and does not have any ads.

10. X-Plore File Manager

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This is the most advanced file manager for users who do multi-tasking and need advanced features. It can perform multi-window operating feature that can help a user to use dual windows and perform tasks at a time. It also got features like  cloud storage, network storage (FTP, SMB, DLNA/UPnP), a built-in hex editor, root support. It is a free app to download.

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These are the best file manager apps out there and you can try any of those app depending upon your using purpose and functionality. Share this article and stay tuned for more.

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