My preferred manager but..... Major nit with sftp/smb when given an unreachable IP address. It takes forever to timeout and when it does the only options given are wait or close the whole app. Except closing, then restarting takes you right back to the same problem. Lather, rinse, repeat. How about just killing the process.
Bloat-free file manager I wanted a file manager to browse my device, my USB drive, my LAN, and nothing more. This fits the bill perfectly. I used to use ES, but these days it's so bloat-ridden that half the time it breaks as a file manager.
Way to small fonts on a tablet After 2years waiting I repeat it: Some is adjustable, but most is unreadable small, unusable. Had to find first to scroll down in 9prefs, nothing said in help, so major design probs. Samsung galaxy tab2 7" Add: still big pain to select several files.
Permissions Explained Haven't used the App yet though oviding details to explain the permissions needed gets an automatic three star.
Bad design Amaze is open-source and looks much better.
Cumbersome to use Didn't move files.
Added an ability to send and open with another application from the picture viewer
The device if rooted now could be rebooted or to recovery from the home:/root context menu
Fixed /system remount problem on Marshmallow
Now issues external storage access permission requests for Marshmallow
Better handling the SAF volumes
Ability to pick another SAF volume from home:/SAF context menu
Shows symlinks on Lollipop and up