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I'll take functions over design any time. Especially when it's about a file manager.
 
Floppy disk! A whole lot of younger guys and gals probably have no experience with it.
 
thank god.. this was the only app i sideloaded..
 
Lately I found some really great file manager that comes from a polish developer. Still in beta phase, free to download in the Play Store. http://goo.gl/z55bK
 
+Tautvydas Lagunavičius for me Solid Explorer has way more features than I would expect from software like this. And the looks are so appealing.
 
+Tautvydas Lagunavičius Solid Explorer is a fresh software that would satisfy not only novice users I think.

Set of current features:

1. Two independent panels for browsing
2. Drag and Drop inside and between panels
3. FTP, SFTP and SMB/CIFS clients
4. File sharing via FTP
5. Support for ZIP, TAR.GZ, TAR.BZ2 and RAR archives
6. Creating ZIP and TAR archives
7. Dropbox and Box support
8. Bookmarks
9. Root access
10. Indexed search, also available from the system (that means that you can search for files from the Google Search widget/app)
11. Detailed file and directory information

Planned features
1. List resizing
2. Multi language support
3. Image preview on remote places
4. Ability to set a cloud service as default panel
5. Holo themes
6. Seperate UI for tablets
7. MD5 sum in file properties
8. Google Drive and Sugarsync support
9. App manager
10. Ability to disable bookmark encryption
11. Quick file selection by drag
12. Search filters
12. Cloud bookmarks protection
13. Delete temporary data on exit
 
+Joel George The device I'm testing it on is not rooted yet so I am not able to answer your question right now. Still glad that you like this app :)
 
+Dawid Kania Yeah, great functionality (for me) and the ui is one of the best I've seen. All Android developers should take notice.
 
I prefer Solid Explorer. When I would've cared about Total Commander was back on XP...and in a time where I couldn't afford it lol.
 
I loved this app when I had winmo... The thing is. I'm in love with root explorer now. I only wanted total commander to edit the registry anyways lol
 
Using ES File Explorer its beautiful and has a lot of functions..
 
+Tauseef Ahmed good thing it is a common "Save" file icon. That should last through the end of the PC era as we know it.
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