by: Chu Chong • 1
Browsing Files is a free file browser app which is used on android mobile phone. It can help you browse all the folders and files in your mobile phone. You can know better about the files in your mobile phone. It will be easier to find one file from so many different files in your mobile phone.
Let me tell you how to use it. Its operation is rather simple and easy.
1. After you have installed this app, you open it and you will find that folders and files which have no folder will be listed before you.
2. You can open one folder to browse the files in it. In this way, you can browse all the files in your mobile phone.
3. If you touch one file or folder for a little longer time, that folder or file will be chosen and you touch the MENU button on your mobile phone, then you can cut or copy and select all or clear select operation. Maybe in some mobile phone the cut and copy can’t be used. We will improve it.
Browsing Files is a file browser for android and it is very easy and simple. You can find many file browser apk or file browser app on the internet. But it is not very easy to find a really good one.
Browsing Files is a not only a file browser but also a file manager in a way, because it also can manage your files or folder simply if you want. Therefore, it may be the best file browser for android.
If you are looking for a best android file browser, Browsing Files may be your best choice. You can have a try and I hope that it can give you a hand when you need to find a file.
A file browser (also called a file manager) is a computer program that provides a user interface to work with file systems. The most common operations performed on files are: create, open, edit, view, print, play, rename, move, copy, delete, search/find, and modify file attributes, properties and file permissions. Files are typically displayed in a hierarchy. Some file managers have features inspired by web browsers, including forward and back navigational buttons. Some file managers offer network connectivity via protocols, such as FTP, NFS, SMB or WebDAV. This was achieved by allowing the user to browse for a file server (connecting and accessing the server's file system as a local file system) or by providing its own full client implementations for files server protocols.
A term that predates the use of file manager is directory editor, which should date back at least to 1978. A directory editor was written for EXEC 8 at the University of Maryland at that time, and was available to other users. The term has been used by other developers, including Jay Lepreau, who wrote the dired program in 1980, which ran on BSD. This was in turn inspired by an older program with the same name running on TOPS-20. Dired inspired other programs, such as dired, the editor script (for emacs and similar editors), and ded.