File Expert Is One Of The Best File Managers For Android With Dropbox And Box.net Integration
With such huge storage capacities available for Android smartphones and tablets, it figures users of said devices would want a decent file manager in order to move documents, music files and whatnot with ease. If you happen to be running Google’s mobile OS, you’ll be aware that there are plenty available for this very purpose, although very few boast the vast array of features offered by File Expert.
The app, created by Geek Software Technology Inc., is more than just a file manager in fact, since it offers Wi-Fi, Web and FTP management in one completely free package. If you’re not familiar with apps of this type, you’ll be pleased to learn that it’s none too difficult for even a novice to use, and the clean, easy-to-navigate interface ensures swift task completion.
Intuitively, File Expert can also be used as a file sharing server, so documents, video and music files can be shared to anybody via a plethora of mediums. Seemingly limitless, one only needs a Web browser, FTP client, or a Bluetooth-compliant device to access File Expert-running smartphones or tablets.
If you dabble in the rooting scene, File Expert can also play the role of root file explorer, although this particular function requires a Pro key, which is paid. So if you’re the type to mod aspects of your device on a regular basis, File Expert offers the usual copy/ paste, move, create and rename features for your files and folders.
Given the current climate, cloud storage is becoming more and more important and, recognizing this, Geek Software Technology has included cloud compatibility, meaning you can access the likes of Dropbox, Box.net straight from File Expert.
The free version – somewhat surprisingly – doesn’t feature those pesky ads, so even if you don’t feel like forking out for the extra features offered by the Pro version, you won’t be bugged by intrusive, annoying adverts.
As I say, it’s one of the best out there, and having covered many such apps in the past here at Redmond Pie, I cannot recall one as feature-rich as File Expert.