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ES File Explorer

ES File Explorer

ES File Explorer for Android is a free, featured local and network file manager. It also offers an application manager, Dropbox client, FTP client, and a task killer.

This app allows Android users anywhere in the world to manage their resources, stay connected using their 3G, EDGE or WiFi, share files with friends, upload photos, and watch videos.

ES File Explorer in action ES File Explorer in action

Features:

  • Basic file management functions: Copy, paste, cut/move, create, delete, rename, share and send files stored on your SD card or internal memory
  • Multi-select files
  • Application manager which lets you install, uninstall, and backup
  • Compress, decompress, and encrypt ZIP files, as well as decompress RAR files
  • Create encrypted (AES 256 bit) ZIP files
  • View different file formats, photos, docs, videos, as well as support for third party applications such as Document To Go to open document files
  • Thumbnails for images and APK
  • Built-in image browser
  • Text viewers and editors with multi codec support
  • Enhanced search
  • WiFi with SMB
  • Built-in FTP client, manage remote and local files
  • Access files in your Dropbox. The enhanced Dropbox clients lets you edit documents, save photos and videos, and share these with others
  • Bluetooth file transfer tool
  • Supports OBEX FTP for browsing devices and transfering files between Bluetooth devices
  • Task manager
  • Shortcuts, bookmark manager. (This feature needs ES Bookmark Manager module installed)
  • Multi-resolution
  • Zip Viewer
  • Unpack rar files
  • Root Explorer which lets you view and edit root-only files (for experienced users only)
  • Theme support
  • Caches data including thumbnails
  • Internationalization support
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Verdict:

ES File Manager is far more than an incredibly powerful file manager. It is simply the finest file management app for the Android platform. We particularly like the way it superbly handles media streaming over Samba shares.

10/10

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Last Updated Saturday, September 28 2013 @ 10:08 AM EDT


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