Solid Explorer – An Advanced File Manager for Android
Solid Explorer is an advanced file manager for Android. It is currently in Alpha and I think this app will be very useful for Android users for effective file management. This dual window file manager has some additional features compared to the best avaialble similar apps in Google Play.
I have been covering many helpful tips here frequently from starting. This post is especially meant for Android users. As mentioned above, it is regarding an Advanced Android File Manager called Solid Explorer. Solid Explorer is a free Android Explorer developed by XDA forum member glodos. Currently this Android File Manager is in Alpha Stage and only available through the links given on the forum thread for download. The developer hints that he will release the app in Google Play once the beta is ready. Solid Explorer has all the typical features of popular Android File Managers in Google Play. Plus it has some additional features that makes it one of the best Android File Manager now available.
One of the main attractive features of this app is that the two independent panels in it for browsing. It is restricted to landscape mode. This dual panel is similar to opening two folders up on your computer. Some of the other features of this app include drag and drop inside and between panels, ZIP, TAR.GZ, TAR.BZ2 and RAR archives support, creating ZIP and TAR archives, Root access, FTP, SFTP and SMB/CIFS clients, Bookmarks, detailed file and directory information etc.
I am sure that Solid Explorer is going to be one of the best file manager for android once its bug free version is released. The Alpha version may contain bugs. Check it on the forum thread for more details and download. Solid Explorer is compatible with Android Version 2.2 and up.
Link : Solid Explorer (XDA Forum Thread)
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