Cool I wasn't sure about it before so I downloaded two apps in this category, It turns out that this is the best. Great Job.
Ok but... For some reason (after the last update), the checkbox is hard to check and scrolled instead...sometimes i was able to check the box but disappears when im about to hit the extract button
Amazing! Yet another reason to love Android ☺ With RAR for Android here, I can seamlessly move the computing task of managing and sharing archives from my Surface Pro 2 to my OnePlus One and vise versa. Just could never dream of doing that on them stupidly limited iDevices. Even my Mac using friend can't open RAR files, whereas it's totally compatible with both my Surface Pro 2 and OnePlus One...just 1 of many examples that non-Apple devices work seamlessly with non-Apple devices, whereas Crapple only works with Crapple...loving my post-iPhone era 😀
Not the prettiest application, but works well. To be honest, I don't use do a whole lot of compression/decompression on my mobile device, instead usually doing this on my laptop... But for the few files that have issues decompressing on my computer (such as those with unusually long filenames), I use this, and it seems to work well. It's always handy to have a decompression tool lying around, and this seems to work well.
best one among all except, when I copy a file, it automatically copies it's address to clipboard, as a result my dictionary that is monitoring clipboard pops up its floating window, and that is really annoying. Please fix this problem. Thanks for consideration, but if you would add an option to deactivate copying the path. That would make your app unique. You're really great; then we'll wait. Thanks again.
Works on PC, works on mobile Simple and complex. The original file extractor and not some bootleg app with fake reviews. (Unrar)
Added extraction of 7-Zip .zip.001, .zip.002 multipart ZIP and .001, .002 split files. Open .zip.001 or .001 file to browse or unpack such archive.
Archive test command works for tar.gz, tar.bz2 and tar.xz archives. TAR format does not provide file data checksums, so only validity of GZIP, BZIP2 or XZ container is verified.
"Browse for folder/archive" dialogs work correctly also in right to left languages now.
Cyrillic names support in ZIP also in pre-4.4 Android.