X-plore File Manager, developed by Lonely Cat Games, is a multi-functional mobile file management application for mobile file systems.
X-plore File Manager Features
X-plore File Manager appears as a double table with Root, FTP, SMB, Sqlite, Picasa, Zip, and Rar Explorer. Access the cloud storage service for apps like Google Drive, Dropbox, SugarSync, Box.net, and SkyDrive.
You can also view photos, videos, audio, text, hex codes, and zip files in zip format. With the zoom function, you can quickly view the image and rotate the images before and after the folder. Create superficial images and videos with many other types of files. You can share and send files from any location using Bluetooth, email, or a supported device.
Buttons and shortcuts are organized for the convenience of users. Basic interactions are done by clicking on a touch screen, folder, or file to open a file, or by clicking on a context menu that contains options that can be done on a specific object or many things. Many options allow you to work on multiple files at once.
X-plore allows users to see the inside of Android phones and tablets. It is a two-window viewer that allows you to view two folders at the same time and perform common operations, such as copying files from one table to another. In addition, X-plore displays the folder system as a tree. This allows users to track the location of the file system and quickly move to another location. The selected folders and files will now be highlighted, and the background of other files and folders will be darker.
Users can explore the device’s external connectors. If you root your device, you can make changes to system data, backup files, and delete unnecessary programs.
If you are a regular user, you can hide the internal memory and check if the system is tangled. Users can view the contents of external memory, such as high-capacity internal memory, external memory cards, or a USB connection to a tablet. All of these storage types are listed at the base level, so you don’t have to search for folders on your device. It supports access to FTP and FTPS (secure FTP) servers and many configurable servers. All standard file operations can be performed on an FTP server.
X-plore can display shared folders on a computer on a LAN (local area network). This system supports the SMB protocol and allows access to shared folders on LAN-connected computers or even remote servers.
X-plore can access many cloud storage services and access saved files. Users need to be registered for these services, after which you can access the file saved by X-plore. Basic operations for managing files and folders: view, copy, move, delete, compress, unzip, rename, share, etc.
Picasa Albums: X-plore can list, download, create albums, upload, delete, and edit photos from Picasa albums.
View SQLite Database: X-plore supports displaying SQLite database files in tabular form, and each table contains several columns and rows with database entries.
The main interaction takes place on the touch screen, and you can click on a folder or file to open it or click for a while to open a context menu with available options or more.
Many options allow users to perform tasks on multiple files simultaneously. Select the file with the check box. You can delete an option by selecting all the files in the folder or by checking the box again.
Opening a file means using one of the viewers installed in popular file types, such as images, audio, video, and text. Alternatively, users can configure X-plore to open a file using a system program, in which case the program is predefined so that the system can open the executable file. Compressed files (currently supported in zipping and Rar format) look like other folders. You can open them, view content, rename, delete, copy, and more.
The features are very diverse and you need to easily manage the files on the phone. So X-plore file manager is an application that should be on your phone.