AndroZip™ Pro File Manager
10,000 - 50,000 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
This is the Pro version of AndroZip File Manager (kr18.00, €1.99) with no ads and no restrictions.
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.
Upload your files, photos, videos to your Dropbox account and manage your Dropbox files. You can also protect/encrypt your files with AndroZip™ as encrypted ZIP files.
Contact support email@example.com if you have any questions.
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.
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.
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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)
Work with archives: ZIP, RAR, GZIP, TAR, BZIP2
File manager (single/multiple)
Task killer, Search, application manager
Install apps: APK files
Short tap and long tap menus
Send files via mail
New features in the upcoming version!
- Yasser B. Downloaded Dec 1, 2013
- Fatima C. Downloaded Oct 21, 2013
- Anil M. Downloaded Dec 1, 2013
- Abdullah E. Downloaded Sep 11, 2013
- Afrozaffu Downloaded Aug 22, 2013
- Dustin D. Downloaded Aug 17, 2013
- Fabian C. Downloaded Aug 13, 2013
- Msf3 Downloaded Aug 4, 2013
- Mullai V. Downloaded Jul 25, 2013
Does what it should. Worth every penny!
Still force closes on Android 4.4 just after completing a backup under the Apps tab. I think it may have something to do with the message that pops up after backups are complete. Also the scroll thumb is missing now. Still hoping for tab text labels in wh
This is one of my most important and critical applications because it makes the insides of your phone understandable and allows you to be more effective at controlling,organizing and managing everything about your phone. You can see what exactly are the
Not always as good as it usually is for some reason. Glad to have it and looking forward to better updates
I changed the theme to "Holo Dark" and suddenly the menu icons at the top of the app changed and many options were no longer available (including the settings menu!). The settings menu is visible if you change to landscape mode, but still not all options
Was great as a use when needed now its become another resource hog. Is there a clandestine reason for wanting to run at boot?
and why should the app run automatically when i use it only few times a month? autostart should only be optional. also update does not explain the changes???