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Windows Explorer for Android - X-plore??


RegScriv

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Has anyone tried X-plore for Android (by Lonely Cat Games)? I'm looking for a Windows Explorer type folder/file manager for the Nexus 7 tablet. The reviews of X-plore File Manager indicate that it's extremely good and it's a Google Play legitimate app. I'd like to know whether it's capable of storing folders within folders in a tree type structure. All the indications are that it can do this.

I haven't bought a Nexus 7 yet and want to be sure I'm able to manage the files and folders before I do. I want to store my photo album of around 13,000 photos, hence the need for a good file/folder management system

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mgmcc

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I downloaded "X-plore" to my Android phone but the interface is too small and cluttered for the phone's small screen. It would obviously be better in a 7" tablet. However, it wouldn't open shared folders in my PC over the LAN, which I can do with ES File Explorer and which, in my opinion, is a better file manager.

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RegScriv

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Thanks for your feedback mgmcc. I'll have a closer look at ES File Explorer

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