Complete Everything in one app: cut, copy, cloud access to box Dropbox, drive, etc and with several accounts, access to SD, root folder, transfer to pc without extra software, good interface, stable, fast. I was try many others and I use this for a long time (like 1 year or more) and found more incredible features. And free!
Great application! Using it on my original Motorola Xoom tablet. I do have a question though, I am trying to browse my Windows Network, but when i try, it just says scanning network, not showing anything. Actually it was because my screen went into hibernation mode, shutdown hdd, guess it cant go into hibernation mode while sharing. I just found this as a minor bug, but please fix on your next release, the docs link in the library tab does not point to the documents folder on my internal sdcard 0. Please update that so the docs link in the library tab points to the documents folder in the sdcard 0 folder. Actually all the library links -- images, video, documents etc don't point to my sdcard 0 paths like pictures, videos, images folders..How can I update those folders? Thank you! Brian
2015-04-10 edit: Ads have been added to the paid version, contrary to the terms of purchase. The help file still has instructions to pay to remove ads. When it is corrected, I will restore my rating. Otherwise, file Manager HD is superior to other popular file managers because it can write to the external SD card in Android 3.2 and above. Other popular file managers were never properly updated for Android 3.2 (they fail to request `media_rw` permissions). File Manager HD can also access SMB shares and provides one-touch access to important directories, like the downloads folder.
Current issues with June 2016 android updates Great file manager but the coding send to have issues with Google's latest patch updates since if the 'draw over' permission is allowed for file manager then it's no longer possible to click the 'allow' option in standard android permission dialogues.
No More External Media Access Due to changes in Marshmallow, can no longer access Removable Media. Still the best file manager I've ever used (I've used several others), but I did rollback to an older version because I don't care for some of the new features, such as zipped photos being viewable in the Images overview. IMO, zipped content should not be visible unless you navigate into the file. It even replaced my separate network share browsing app. Can do root access as well. Fantastic all-in-one file manager!
Used to love this app. They've added a timeline, which I hate. I do not use this app to look to see what I've downloaded recently. If I wanted to do that, I would go to the download folder. At least give me the option to turn off this feature or to bypass it going straight to device. Options are good.
- Brand new home page with timeline, easy to check and operate recent files
- Enhanced app stability and fixed bugs