X-plore File Manager 4.38.24

A file manager for mobile phones, with a wide range of functions

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X-plore File Manager is a file manager for mobile phones, with a wide range of functions

X-plore File Manager is an amazing application with many functions to offer for Android, used by millions of users. You can connect to your cloud servers and manage local files on your device. This application allows you to connect to servers over FTP or SSH.

X-plore File Manager also lets watch photos, listen to music, play videos and movies, and much more.

X-plore is a dual-pane explorer, which means that two folders are shown simultaneously, and common operations such as copying files are done from one pane to another. A traditional copy/paste system is also available.

And X-plore shows folder hierarchy in a tree view. This offers clear orientation on where in the file system you currently are, and fast switching to other locations. Currently, selected folders and files are highlighted, while other folders/files have slightly darker backgrounds.

You can use X-plore File Manager for free. However it takes enormous time and effort to make an app that works properly and has useful functions, so some advanced functions require payment.

X-plore File Manager Features:

  • Dual-pane tree view
  • Root access (on a rooted device), also allows changes to read-only files
  • Disk Map – see which files consume the most space on your disk
  • FTP, FTPS, LAN (SMB/Samba), DLNA/UPnP servers
  • Cloud storage access: Google Drive, OneDrive, Dropbox, Box, WebDAV and others
  • SSH File Transfer (SFTP) and SSH Shell
  • Application manager
  • WiFi file sharing
  • Access from a PC web browser
  • Music player
  • SQLite database explorer (files with .db extension)
  • Seamless work with Zip (as with normal folder)
  • Favorite folders displayable in the root
  • Built-in viewers for images, audio, text
  • Video player with subtitles
  • Hex viewer
  • Fast Image viewer with zoom and slide to previous/next photos in a folder
  • PDF viewer (on Android 5 and higher)
  • Thumbnails for images and video as well as for various file types (depending on the associated application)
  • Ability to clear default application handlers
  • Multi-selection – always available, yet not disturbing
  • Recycle bin
  • Search files in folders (also in archives or search results)
  • View APK files as ZIP
  • Share – send files by Bluetooth, email, or other way supported by the device
  • Configurable buttons and key shortcuts
  • Hide folders that you don’t want to see
  • Vault for encrypting files

Main operations are related to managing files and folders – viewing, copying, moving, deleting, compressing to Zip, extracting, renaming, sharing, and more.

The main interaction is done by touch screen, clicking on folders or files to open files, or long-click to open the context menu which contains options that can be done on a particular clicked item, or multiple selected items.

Multi-selection allows one to do operations on more files at once. Files can be selected by clicking the check box. It is also possible to select all files in a folder, or clear selection, by clicking the parent folder’s check box.

Opening a file may mean using one of the built-in viewers for the most popular file types: images, audio, video, and text. Or you may configure X-plore to use a system application for opening files, in which case a system-predefined application that can open a particular file is launched. If there are more such applications, Android shows a dialog allowing you to choose the application for opening the file. X-plore indicates that multiple applications may open the file by displaying a small question mark on the file’s icon. When this is shown, you may expect a system dialog for picking an application to open the file.

Sometimes one application becomes the default application for the particular file type (for example to listen to MP3). This is an Android system feature. However, it may be confusing for the user to remove this application to handle the opening of a given file type. Here X-plore helps by offering a menu option to clear the default application handling.

Changes in X-plore File Manager 4.38.24 :

  • Various fixes

Supported Operating Systems:

  • Android 7.0 and up
X-plore File Manager is a file manager for mobile phones, with a wide range of functions
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