The best file manager
Great And very accessible using TalkBack also text editer is very good
Great dual pane file manager This is by far the best file manager I've used. If you want to move files this is the way to go. It loads quickly and has an intuitive interface. Run your videos, etc easily with your choice of viewer. You can also run your scripts by simply clicking on your own custom icon. So nice for organizing files. I used Midnight Commander when I was running Linux Fedora and Total Commander is the closet thing I've found to that.
Millennium Falcon of file managers "She may not look like much, kid, but she's got it where it counts." So says Han Solo of his beloved ship, and the description applies just as well to Total Commander. There are flashier file managers with prettier interfaces, but few of them offer the intuitiveness and functionality of Total Commander. The minimal interface just works and stays out of your way so you can get stuff done. Best of all, it's free! What more could you ask for?
Powerful but... Was very happy with TC until marshmallow hit my phone. Now my microSDcard (portable!) shows up as USB storage and when inserting a real OTG USB device it stays invisible, hence no way to make a copy of my files with this app. That takes away the only reason I installed it. Hoping for an update (...please...)
- "Root functions everywhere" was no longer working
- Android 6: Better support for external drives
- Long tap on ".." - Create new UTF-8 text file
- Remember last path in file picker
- Stop creating automatic log file
- Android 6: Secondary SD-Card/external drive support
- Media player: Many improvements (icons, settings, new buttons, gapless playback)
- New languages: Lithuanian, Portuguese (Brazil)
- Manually enable video thumbnails
Create RAR and ZIP, unpack RAR, ZIP, TAR, GZ, BZ2, XZ, 7z, ISO, ARJ archives.
Write to NTFS drives and read FAT32 & HFS+ storages directly from Android device