5 best file managers for Android phones

With so many files like images, videos and more stored in the memory of our cell phone, it is quite easy to be completely lost. Fortunately there are applications that work as file managers: they help organize and delete the files that occupy the memory of the device.

Many Android phones already come with some pre-installed file manager, but these are not necessarily the best options available. TechKhiladi has listed five free apps to help you organize your files and even free up space on your smartphone. Check the list below:

FX File Explorer

With the promise of being a file manager that values users’ privacy, FX File Explorer does not display any type of ad and has a number of features to help users.

The interface is clean and thought for productivity and provides quick access to important folders as well as cloud storage. With multiple window support, it’s easy to check what’s stored in two different folders in your phone’s memory.

It even supports several different file types, helps free up space on your phone, and lets you transfer files from your computer to your smartphone with ease.

FX File Explorer is free. You download it from the Play Store at this link.

File Manager by Xiaomi

One of today’s leading manufacturers, the Chinese Xiaomi offers its good file manager for free to any other Android device user. With it, users can browse files, move and delete with ease, share with friends, unzip, compress and unzip ZIP and RAR files, and more.

Xiaomi File Manager has a clear and straightforward user interface that displays recent files in a simple way, as well as organize folders and other file types according to the format. It even has a feature that helps in cleaning the device, eliminating useless data that only occupy the memory of your phone.

Xiaomi File Manager is free. Click here to download it from the Play Store.

Solid Explorer File Manager

One of the most robust options today, Solid Explorer is a file manager that uses Material Design, designed by Google. It has a variety of customization options, is easy to use and also allows you to manage files stored in cloud services like Dropbox, Google Drive and more.

The application also allows to connect the cell phone to the PC for transmission of files, besides having compressed archives ZIP, RAR and 7ZIP. Solid Explorer also lets you organize media files and even remotely play content on your PC or even Chromecast.

The only problem is that it is paid – but it is possible to use it for 14 days in a trial period. Download from the Play Store by clicking this link.

ES File Explorer

ES File Explorer has a number of features to help you not only manage files, but also organize videos and music stored on your phone, and even view and edit texts.

With ES File Explorer, you can manage files in a simple way not only directly from the cell phone but also from the PC – that is, you can see on your computer files that are stored on your smartphone. It even has media viewer to play back images, music and videos, and to easily edit and view text files.

ES File Explorer is free. To download it, just click on this link to go to his page in the Play Store.

Google Files

Finally, it’s worth using the Google-built app to help manage files on Android. Initially called Files Go, Google’s application not only helps you organize what’s stored in your device’s memory, but also has tools that help you free up space on your smartphone.

With a simple interface and very easy to use, it also takes up little space on your phone. Downloading Google Files is free – download it from the Play Store.

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