I love the interface and cleanness of this file explorer. It would be nice to have extensions to handle, for example, compressed archives. EDIT: wait! Amaze handles that, too! Also, Amaze seems to have a much nicer UI than the other file managers I just downloaded, thinking I needed something separate to undo ZIPs. Select-copy-paste is a doddle. One small thing light be the navigation to parent folders. The back button works, but the breadcrumbs don't seem to link to other folders on a tap. Maybe they're not meant to, but it would be nice if they did.
Attractive UI, though not quite as powerful as something like ES Explorer. This one is very basic file viewer. Don't trust it with file management operation. Tried to move a file one directory in external SD card. It just went in a copy loop and create bunch of random file and folders. So priority request for them is to have reliable file handling operation. Second on the wish list is LAN drive/connected device support. In that user can access and read/write to external LAN connected drive.
One of the best file managers. I only have one issue. When moving files from internal storage to SD card, the files don't appear in apps such as Google Photos, until after i reboot the phone. edit: I should have mentioned, this problem doesn't occur with other file managers I've tried.
It's very bothersome. I want to see my internal storage and sd card storage but i can't even tell where I'm at. Because instead of showing what i want it shows "amaze" at the top of the window which doesn't make any sense
Crashes on Android 7.0 carrying out basic operations on external SDCard, such as copy, rename, move files/folders, etc...
Good one but needs some improvement on app management section like they do on ES File explorer.. I liked it cause cause it takes less amount of space and no background process which saves a lot of memory space