by Emmanuel Lund, Appszoom
As times goes by our Android storage becomes a mess full of apps and files. That's when rises the need to have a great file manager to organize them. Adao is going to fulfill that mission.
Adao File Manager allows you to multi-select files in order to copy, move or paste them from one folder to another. Likewise, you will be able to open, rename, delete or hide those files. Bear in mind that if you are root, you will be able to perform that with all the file, even system files. You also can zip&unzip files and share them via e-mail, sms, Dropbox... and the rest of sharing resources installed in your Android.
Adao gives you the chance to backup/restore your apps. So often there are specific app that perform that. In this case, developers have included the feature into the file manager. Its interface is another of its strongest points: set over a black background to save battery, it's intuitive and easy to use. It's a pity that it has too intrusive ads that there are in the bottom.
Adao File Manager is quite similar (regarding features) to the default task manager but provides extra features as the backup/restore apps. It's set in a cool interface and ease to use. A good option if you don't like the built-in Android file manager.
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by Emmanuel , Appszoom
Dec 08, 2012
from 677 reviews