Best File Managers for Android : Manage Your Files Like A Pro

Are you frustrated very often upon the ineffeciency and the limited functionality of your stock file manager app? Does it feels like a burden copying or moving files in your storage? Are the files in your storage just scatterred over here and there in folders instead of being kept in an arranged manner, just because you don’t have an adept file manager for your phone?
Now no need to worry about managing your treasure (of course the data in your storage card is not less than a treasure πŸ˜€ ) because in this post we are going to know about five such wonderful file manager apps that will make your whole file management think ezpz and exciting as well. These apps not only manage the data in your storage but they will also allow you to manage your cloud storage like Google drive, Dropbox, One drive, Box and many more.
I am here sharing five quality file managers for you and each of them is unique in its own way. After reading this post don’t be surprised if you end up installing more than one file manager in your phone permanently because the features they provide are so irresistible.
So without wasting any other moment, Let’s Roll πŸ˜€

1] Solid Explorer Pro

Like its name it is a solid file manager with awesome material theme. Moreover it has its own customizable plugins that can be downloaded from playstore or other sites.
Some of its amazing features are as follows:
– Material Design!
– Two independent panels serving as file browsers
– Rich customization options: icons sets, color schemes, themes
– Drag and Drop inside and between panels
– FTP, SFTP, WebDav, SMB/CIFS clients
– Ability to read and extract ZIP, 7ZIP, RAR and TAR archives, even encrypted
– Ability to create password protected ZIP and 7ZIP archives
– Cloud file manager: Dropbox, Box, OneDrive, Google Drive, Sugarsync, Copy, Mediafire, Owncloud, Yandex
– Root access makes Solid Explorer a fully functional root explorer
– Extensibility: more features in separate plugins available in Google Play
– Indexed search finds your files in a couple of seconds
– Detailed file information with storage usage statistics
– Batch rename: change names of multiple files at once using regular expressions and variables
– Useful tools: hiding unwanted folders, FTP Server (plugin), bookmarks, Chromecast support, media browser
For pro version of this app please make a request by going to this page, I will provide the link in your inbox or ofcourse you can ask it from me at facebook.

Click here to submit your request

2] CM File Manager Pro

This one is one of my favourite file manager app. Of course it does not have that cool, funky look like other file managers but it is the simplicity of this app that will make you its fan. With the classic look and simple elegant look that this app provides you can manage your files like a pro.
Let’s have a look at its features:
β˜† Fully featured: Cut, copy, paste, delete, compress, decompress, search and more.
β˜† Cloud support: Switch between local and cloud files – supports Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, SkyDrive and more.
β˜† Wi-Fi File transfer: Use your PC to wirelessly edit your mobile files using FTP.
β˜† Super convenient: View files by type (image, audio, video, recent, download etc.), use a widget to access folders in one tap from the homescreen.
β˜† Multiple protocols: Supports file transfers using FTP, FTPS, SFTP, WebDAV and LAN/SMB, stream media from LAN/SMB/FTP/WebDAV/Cloud without downloading.
For pro version contact me: Here

3) Astro File Manager Pro

This is one of the veterans in the class of file managers with huge experience.
With its decent and elegant look it can be your choice for file managers. Have a look at its features and decide yourself.
Download the pro version from Blackmart app here: Blackmart

4] FX File Explorer Plus

This one is a close competitor to solid file explorer. Yet there are so many unqiue features in them be it customizability, modules or add ons.
See its features in details here:
* Access networked computers, including FTP, SSH FTP, WebDAV, and Windows Networking (SMB1 and SMB2)
* Connect to cloud storage including Google Drive, Dropbox, SugarSync, Box, SkyDrive, and OwnCloud
* Manage installed applications, with support for browsing applications based on their required permissions
* Create and explore inside AES-256/AES-128 encrypted zip files
* Browse audio content by artist/album/playlist; manage and organize playlists
* Directly browse photo and video folders
* Encrypted password keyring (use one password to access network and cloud locations)
FX includes a number of built-in editing/viewing applets:
* Text Editor (with undo/redo history, cut/paste, search, and pinch-to-zoom)
* Binary (Hex) Viewer
* Image Viewer
* Media Player and pop-up Audio Player
* Zip, Tar, GZip, Bzip2, 7zip archive creators and extractors
* RAR file extractor
* Shell Script Executor
Get the plus version from ; here

5] X-Plore File Manager

This one stands from the rest of the file managers discussed in this post. It has completely new yet uncompelling file browsing experience that would change the way you manage your files. This app lets you manage and browse your files in a hierarchy manner (see the screenshot below). And of course it has some super features that others don’t possess. See yourself:
● Dual-pane tree view
● Root, FTP, SMB1 / SMB2, Sqlite, Zip, Rar, 7zip, DLNA/UPnP explorer
● Disk Map – see which files consume most space on your disk –
● Cloud storage access: Google Driveβ„’, Dropbox, Box, Amazon cloud drive, ΠžΠ‘Π›ΠΠšΠž,, OneDrive, Flickr, Webdav, Yandex.disk, MediaFire, IDrive, Owncloud, PCloud, SugarSync, Dump Truck, pCloud, Picasa
● SSH File Transfer (SFTP) and SSH Shell – ***
● Music player ***
● App manager
● PDF viewer (on Android 5.0+)
● WiFi file sharing *** –
● Manage files from a PC web browser *** –
● Favorite folders
● Built-in viewers for images, audio, text
● Video player with subtitles ***
● Batch rename
● Hex viewer
● Fast Image viewer with zoom and slide to previous/next images
● Thumbnails for images and video as well as for various file types (depending on associated application)
● Multi-selection – always available, yet not disturbing
● View APK files as ZIP
● Share – send files by Bluetooth, email, or whatever the device supports, from any location
● Configurable buttons and key shortcuts
● Seamless work with Zip (as if it was normal folder)
● Vault for encrypting sensitive files
So what are you waiting for? Grab this awesome app right now, of course from here:

So, how was this list of the best file managers for android. Did you like it. Which one you liked the most? Do not forget to tell your experience and yes if you think there is some other awesome file manager out there, do not forget to tell me in the comments. See you in the next post. 😘

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