In my opinion, there are only two best root file explorer/manager apps on Android platform: one is Root Explorer, the other is ES File Explorer. If have to arrange their positions, I’d like to put ES File Explorer in the second place, although I like its FTP client and remote manager functionalities very much, as well as its more user-friendly UI design. Anyway, now we’re going to simply have a look at ES File Explorer.
Continue reading [v1.0.9] ES File Explorer – Powerful way to manage your local/remote files on Android
Root Explorer (RE for short) is an extremely powerful must-have file manager for rooted Android OS (requires root permission to work), developed by Speed Software from United Kingdom. It enables users to access the whole Android file system (even including any hidden system data folders) and easily to perform operations with the highest authority required.
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Adobe Bridge, at first, it was just a file browser, and later published as a standalone digital assets manager starting from Adobe Creative Suite v2. At the same time, it worked as Adobe CS6’s one mandatory component, while starting from Adobe CC, it has become an optional component which can be downloaded from Creative Cloud.
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At the sight of Explorer++‘s name, maybe many people have thought of Notepad++ (NPP) – a freeware code editor which can completely replace the Windows built-in Notepad. Similarly, Explorer++ is a perfect alternative to the dull Microsoft built-in Windows Explorer.
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Below is a very detailed functions comparison list about 6 mainstream freeware “File Managers” on the Internet currently! AppNee hopes this can be useful and time-saving for the guys who are seeking some kind of quality free file managers.
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