AndroZip™ File Manager
10,000,000 - 50,000,000 downloads
- User-friendly interface
- Manage files and apps
- Task killer included
- Backup your apps
- Root access isn't supported
- Just basic features
AndroZip File Manager is an all-in-one file manager and task killer
Regarding file management, AndroZip lets you zip and unzip .zip, .rar, .7zip (.Gzip, .tar, .bzip2 are in beta but you can even create that format files). You can navigate through folders, create new folders, sort them, search files or folders, show hidden files or show them. What's more you can move, copy, cut, rename, open or zip them.
Regarding app management, there's a built-in task killer that lets you end processes up one-by-one or by batches. Likewise, it brings you a list of the app installed with some useful info and allows you to install or uninstall apps . Manage your .apk files or send them (and other files) via e-mail. What's more, you can backup your apps if you're about to flash or to wipe you device.
AndroZip File Manager has been developed by Agilesoft Resource, a developer focused on Android system management apps that has also released an Android game (Luftwaffe Defense).
AndroZip File Manager is a great file manager for non-root devices. It allows you to manage files, folders and apps to your whim. However, it's a basic one, there are others way more complete than this one. But if you don't need advanced management options, this could be your choice.
With over 13 million downloads and its support of ZIP, encrypted ZIP, RAR, TAR, GZIP and BZIP2. AndroZip File Manager is definitive leader among similar applications on the market.
Full support for decompression of encrypted ZIP files (Standard, AES-128 and AES 256 bit) compatible with WinRaR and other PC archivers as well as compression of encrypted ZIP files. AndroZip supports Standard ZIP file encryption compatible with WinRaR and other PC archivers (AES 128 and AES 256 bit encryption available in paid version)
Besides the archive functionality it also lets you send files, e.g. via email.
Optimized specifically for both, phone and tablet displays. Due to many added features like drag and drop functionality, AndroZip File Manager is preferred among tablet users.
Use it also to back up your applications and install new application APK on your phone, and manage phone memory and resources via task manager.
Installs to SD card.
What others say about AndroZip
"AndroZip comes to the rescue, providing a file explorer, task manager, archive manager, app backup tool, and more, all within a simple and intuitive interface." (PCWorld, MacWorld and Washington Post had same review)
“Of all the file managers I have tried for the Android platform, the one that stands heads above the rest is the free AndroZip File Manager...“(Jack Wallen, TechRepublic)
“Just like winzip or winrar” (Eric, AndroZip user)
- INTERNET is used only to get Google AdMob ads (in paid version AndroZip is not using INTERNET permission)
- WRITE EXTERNAL STORAGE is used to copy, move, delete, zip, unzip, unrar … files on SD card (necessary for file management)
- GET TASKS is used to see processes on your device (used in task manager part of AndroZip)
- WAKE LOCK is used to keep AndroZip "alive" while for example copying, unpacking, packing large files
- RESTART PACKAGES is used to allow user of AndroZip to kill background processes
File manager with multiple/batch delete, move, copy, create ZIP
Task killer, application manager
Install apps: APK files
Short tap and long tap menus
> Bug Fixes
> AndroZip is now compatible with Android 4.4 (KitKat)
'Unpacking RAR file is error' I dunno how to fix it. Can you help me? But sometimes it worked~ and sometimes failed when I try to move these unzip files to ext memory :(
Great Application. You should download this application. Application Manager is also good.
The app worked fine when installed. Just didn't do what "it said on the tin". If you so NFL commentary, then provide it! Uninstalling!
This app is great for opening files and zipping then …. Could do with out the ads though, other than that no complains
Just bogs down the device and seems to be a trend right now. You have a dozen that all insist on run at start up and you have a snail device. Run at startup should always be a choice not forced. Was a nice app, but will not be updated until this BS is go