A complete file explorer
By default, Android includes a file manager that can fulfill the majority of our demands when it comes to handling folders and files but it's not as complete as we'd like it to be. That's why we might want to download Root Browser File Explorer, an app that offers us greater freedom and a series of built-in functions that grant us full control over everything stored on our smartphone or tablet.
A really complete file explorer for Android
Now that you know what Root Browser is all about, we're going to list its most important functions because the truth is that if we compare it to the native file management app on our operating system (even in Android 8.0), this file manager is much better.
Explore the file tree and take control of your device.
Download the APK right now and make the most of all its features:
- Two file management panels.
- Copy and paste batch files or delete or move any file or folder.
- Work with all sorts of formats and extensions: ZIP, RAR, JAR...
- Change permissions and properties.
- View, open, and edit any file.
- Create new folders.
- Send files by email.
- Bookmark any folder.
- Run scripts.
- Classify according to different criteria such as name, size, and date.
- Search within folders and files.
However, although you can download Root Browser for free, to be able to use all its functions, you'll need to register as a user by means of an in-app purchase. You're also going to require a rooted device as some of its functions aren't available unless you've got superuser permissions.
Requirements and additional information:
- Some of its functions require a rooted device.
- Minimum operating system requirements: Android 4.3.
- Offers in-app purchases.
With a degree in History, and later, in Documentation, I have over a decade of experience testing and writing about apps: reviews, guides, articles, news, tricks, and more. They have been countless, especially on Android, an operating system...