Manage and access your files
ES File Explorer is a file and application manager. You can access and create folders on your Android device without needing to connect it to a computer.View full description
- Lot of options
- Deep customization
- Organize your device internally
- May be complicated for novice users
ES File Explorer is a file and application manager. You can access and create folders on your Android device without needing to connect it to a computer.
Manage your files
The great thing about Android is that you can access folders on your device directly from a computer via USB. But sometimes you need to access files away from a computer. ES File Explorer lets you do this by accessing folders on your device.
The app also features an application manager, task killer, and download manager. Another excellent feature is support for cloud storage accounts like Dropbox, Google Drive, and OneDrive. This means you can download files directly to the folders you want without using a separate app.
There is also support for built-in ZIP and RAR files so you can access compressed files without unpacking them on your computer first. If you're worried about security, you can create encrypted ZIP files with AES 256 bit encryption.
If you have an USB on-the-go drive, ES File Explorer can natively access it without needing to root your device.
Simple and effective
Every Android user should use a file explorer. It makes managing folders or downloaded content a lot easier than connecting to your computer. If you have a good Wi-Fi connection, accessing and managing files through your cloud storage account is really easy. But if you want to easily download big files, you have to be wary of the app possibly crashing.
ES File Explorer is very easy to use and the added features like the application manager and task killer are useful.
A must install
You should have a file manager on your Android device and ES File Explorer is one of the best.
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