File manager are very essential for storing your data in order by which you can easily find your files in need .There are lots of file managers are available for the Android OS and it is very difficult to choosing the right one. But don’t worry we have sort listed the best of file managers .
Top 10 File Manager For Android
File Explorer Fx [Price: Free with an option $2.99 plugin]
File Explorer Ex is one that i personally recommended to our readers and it’s really good. It features a more graphically pleasing interface that can come off as flashy sometimes but it’s not a bad thing. It comes with all of the standard features including FTP, Windows networking, file browsing and management features and there are even some extra features for those who keep music on their devices.Now it got the material design UI which makes it more beautiful. It has a good rating and it’s worth checking out.
ES File Explorer [Price: Free]
Next on our list is the venerable ES File Explorer. This file manager has been around for a very long time, but the developers have done an excellent job of keeping it up to date in terms of both features and looks. It has a pleasant interface that’s easy to use and pretty much every feature that the other ones have had so far. It supports a number of languages and even supports Android versions 1.5 and up. If you want to try it out then
ASTRO File Manager with Cloud [Price: Free / $3.99]
Astro File Manager is one of the iconic file managers along with ES File Explorer because they were the two big dogs back in the old days. Astro is still totally free with no in app purchases as long as you don’t mind ads and there is a $3.99 pro key you can get to get rid of those. It’s managed to stay relevant over the years with phone and tablet support along with cloud support. It’s also had a few UI upgrades over the years and it does look pretty good. It’s trusted by a lot of people and it has a lot of features.
Root Explorer [Price: Free(Trial)/$3.99]
Another great root-specific file manager is Root Explorer. This app is directed mostly at root users, so non-root users may want to use a different item on the list. Like Root Browser above, Root Explorer lets you explore those places on your device that many file managers do not. It comes with a sleek, minimal interface, your standard features, and even cloud storage support. It’s extremely stable, easy to use, and pretty much everyone who uses this app likes it. If you’re rooted, then give this a shot. It has an amazingly high rating in the Play Store.
File Wrangler [Free]
File Wrangler is a bit more of a minimal file manager compared to these other ones. It has two panels that let you browse various folders at once and that means it also supports drag and drop functionality. You can also do the basic stuff like file browsing and management and it has support for creating and unpacking tar and zip files. It doesn’t do much more than that so if you just want something simple without all of the extra fluff then this is worth checking out.
X-Plore File Manager [Price: Free with in app purchases]
X-Plore File Manager which has grown in popularity vastly since this last was last updated. It uses a dual-pane view and has root support if you need that. There is also cloud support, built-in viewers for almost any file type, Wi-Fi file management, and you can even view APK files as ZIP files for you modders out there. It’s powerful and free to try with some stuff being unlockable via in app purchases then,
File Manager [Free in app purchase]
File Manager is a visually pleasing file manager specifically designed for tablets. As great as Android can be, iOS really has it beat when it comes to tablet-specific applications. So, if you’ve got a tablet and you need a file manager, it’s best to check out this one. It’ll look great on a tablet of any size.
Like most file managers on Android, it’s got support for most compressed file types. With it, you’ll be able to extract items from compressed files in a variety of formats (ZIP, RAR, 7z, etc.). File Manager also lets you manage your installed applications.
This app is a satisfactory choice. Some others on the list beat it in terms of features, but there’s no denying its title as the best-looking tablet file manager around then,
Ghost Commander [Free in app purchase]
Ghost Commander is a dual-panel file manager (as well as a FTP, SFTP, SMB, WebDAV, Drive, BOX, Dropbox client!) which will let you to manage your files locally or remotely as well as tweak your system in the root mode. It is customizable, ad-free open sourced and donation supported! The main idea behind this is classic: copy and move files from one panel to another. This method of operating is far more convenient than what is offered by most other file managers, in which you would have to copy/cut items and then navigate to various different folders to paste them – back and forth, again and again. To not overload the display with extra checkboxes, each file row is divided by two zones: tapping on the left you open files and folders, tapping on the right you select multiple items. If you are left handed, that could be swapped in the settings.
PowerGrasp file manager [Free in app purchase]
PowerGrasp file manager is one of the best-looking applications for Android that I’ve come into contact with. Besides looks, it has a pocketful of features. You’ll be able to compress and decompress popular archive formats, and it also employs root file manipulation, dual panel mode, and a lot more! PowerGrasp is probably a great choice then,
Amaze File Manager [Free in app purchase]
This is an Open Source, light and smooth Based on Material Design guidelines and have Basic features like cut, copy, delete, compress, extract etc. easily accessible.Work on multiple tabs at same time, Multiple themes with cool icons, Navigation drawer for quick navigation,App Manager to open, backup, or directly uninstall any app,Quickly access history, access bookmarks or search for any file, Root explorer for advanced users. All features freely available without any ads and the list goes on…
If i am missing any of yours best file managers feel free to comment below….
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