Tangy Take on File Management with Lime File Manager
Are you in search of a file manager with a little bit of flair? If so, XDA Forum Member thinkingboy‘s latest application Lime File Manager may be able to put the lime in
the coconut your phone.
So what does Lime File Manager do? Well, it’s a standard file manager that blends ease of use with powerful features. In terms of power, it supports batch operations such as delete, rename, and cut/copy/paste. It also is root-enabled for those wishing to modify files in /system and /data.
To boost ease of use, the file manager allows you to conveniently navigate directories by setting a default directory as well as bookmarks to quickly switch between your commonly used folders. It also makes file transfers a breeze by showing both current progress and estimated remaining time. Finally, Lime File Manager also comes with a text editor, image viewer, audio player, database browser, and archive extractor so that you can open many commonly encountered files directly from the application itself.
While there are a myriad of other file manager options available, Lime File Manager packs an easy to use and friendly interface with the powerful features we need. And best of all, the app is totally free and without ads. Give it a shot by heading over to the application thread.
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