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Columnar File Manager Released For XOOM
If you’re looking for a file manager tailored for your Android Honeycomb Tablet, check out XDA forum member bauxite’s first Android app.
Columnar File Manager has been written exclusively for Android 3.0 and above and has the following features:
- Drag and drop files
- Delete and rename files (drag to trashcan or drag rename icon to the file to rename)
- Create new folders (drag the new folder to desired new folder location)
- Drag files to the paste box for storage
Currently, the app does not support modification of root files but the dev has stated that this will be a future development.
For more information and the Market link, head on over to the application thread.
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