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Clean interface unlike basically everything on the market right now. Add the ability to delete files/directories, move files/directories, and compress/decompress files and you've got 5 stars. Edit: When I first loaded the app, the long-press function wasn't working! Must have been a run-time error of some sort. You're right. 5 stars then, but definitely would hope to see a compression feature.
249 people found this review helpful
January 6, 2019
Hi, if you make a long press on a file/folder you will see a contextual menu (bubble buttons on the right) that will allow you to cut, copy, rename, delete, share, etc. Unfortunately, the app is no able to compress/decompress for the moment.
Mark McClan (formerly Blatchford)
Nice, simple interface, that has potential. Using Galaxy S21+, I've also had issue with the long press frequently not bringing up the context menu. Would also like to see - being able to select non sequential items (eg. when deleting multiple files, currently can only select a single block, or all files in a list), and - to be able to control scrolling (eg. when I flick to scroll and let go, I have to wait for the scrolling to stop before I can continue to scroll or change direction.
3 people found this review helpful
This app was the perfect mix of minimalism and functionality. I loved it. Until the developer introduced a silent update that did nothing but place a BIG pop-up ad for a random application in my notifications and on application start. For a moment I thought that my phone was infected with malware -- I did NOT expect this from a file manager. Knowing that it has access to my file system, I am uninstalling this piece of s*. It's OK to earn money... it's not OK to dump malware ads out of the blue
1 person found this review helpful
November 13, 2022
Sorry for the confusion, let me clarify:
1) There was no silent update. The feature to receive notifications was added to File Explorer long time ago. The app is definitely not malware
2) Regarding the notification and the popup, I sent it myself to promote a mobile game that I just finished. It was not an AD (therefore I didn't get paid for it).