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Dual File Manager XT

Dual File Manager XT

Dual File Manager XT is a split-screen view file manager for the Android platform which allows users to easily browse and manage their mobile storage. The app's double browser engine makes it easy to transfer and organise files.

Dual File Manager XT in action Dual File Manager XT in action

Features:

  • Enhanced all-in-one app with a fast file browser
  • Clean and intuitive user interface which is customizable
  • Thumbnails for APK, audio, video, image (also inside archive files: Zip, GZip, TAR) - thumb picture (miniature) not stored on smartphone memory
  • Search files also inside Zip, GZ, Tar (advanced searching inside archive can take double time to complete)
  • Cut, copy, move, paste, delete multiple items using the integrated explorer
  • Unhide (or hide) hidden media (both smartphone and SE memory)
  • Compress, uncompress and extract Zip (encrypt with password), gzip and tar
  • Support for legacy 2.0 and AES (128, 192 and 256 bit) encryption (both pack and unpack) of Zip files (like WinZIP or WinRAR) - keep private document secure using a long pass to protect it
  • Program settings view using shortcut icons pane
  • Share a single file or an entire path
  • Powerful bookmark feature with precise sorting
  • Test and check archive integrity (deflate)
  • Double page explorer browser
  • Desktop folders shortcuts
  • Robust search filtering
  • Calculate MD5 (cryptographic hash function) and CRC32 (error-detecting code)
  • Power saving management - option to keep CPU alive during long operations, wake up the screen when there are important notifications
  • Streaming service
  • No root support needed
  • Multi language
  • Multiselect
  • Home folder
  • File sort
  • Open as
  • Remember last folder
  • Internationalization support
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www.medieval.it
Free (Ad-supported - only on settings page)
Medieval Software
Blog, FAQ
Android Police, Reg Hardware
Verdict:

Powerful dual pane file managers are common fare in Linux. But Android has few worthy of note. Dual File Manager XT is an exception.

8/10

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


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