A fast and sophisticated file manager for the power user. Optimized for convenience and rapid utilization. Running with a minimal set of permissions.
For those who want to work with their files often and rapidly. Who want to work with large sets of files and folders without having to painstakingly select each and every one like it was an early computer interface. For those who want to determine what to do with the files and how to run them rather than to rely on Android defaults. And for those who don't want apps that require every permission in the known universe just to do the task they claim to do.
Fast file manager is a tool for power users by power users. We think you'll like it. We sure do.
★ Just swipe icons to highlight files. No painstaking individual tapping required.
★ Minimal set of required permissions.
★ Full set of file management tools: cut, paste, copy, delete and move.
★ Deep recursive information about files and folders.
★ Wide selection of options for launching and editing files.
★ Fast selection of multiple files sharing with other apps like email.
★ Many different themes to accommodate every taste.
★ Speedy navigation even in large file sets.
★ Swipe from left for the browsed history, favorites and standard directory shortcuts.
★ Swipe from right for file ops like copy, move, share and rename.
★ Use as a very efficient multiple file feeder to web browser file uploads.
★ Dispatch large sets of files to any other application - like mail - easily and quickly.
★ Customizable timestamps format.
Q: Open a file.
A: Click on the file.
Q: Select files and directories.
A: Swipe over the icons of the files and folders.
Q: Copy, Move or Delete files and directories.
A: Select the files and folders by swiping their icons; then swipe in the operations panel from the right-
Q: Rename file or directory.
A: Select the file or folder and swipe in the operation panel from the right.
Q: Share or Edit file.
A: Long click on the file and select the appropriate option in the dialogue box that appears. Or highlight the file icon and swipe in the operation panel from the right.
Q: Share multiple files.
A: Select the files and long click on one of them, then select the "Share All" option in the dialogue box. Or swipe in that handy operation panel from the right.
Q: Go to favorites, go to standard directories, go back and forward in the browsing history,
A: Swipe in the location panel from the left. (Unless you have a really big screen. In that case it's already there).