File Manager

Wifi File Manager

Wifi File Manager

If you don’t like the hassle of plugging in cables to be able to transfer files, then you’ll love Wifi File Manager.

SyncBird

SyncBird

SyncBird is a free and agile iPhone, iPad, iPod file manager software that comes to give you better Apple device experience.

Woopiti

Woopiti

Woopiti is a universal file manager, meaning it can show all of your cloud account files right in a single app on your desktop and Android device and let you access and modify your files the way you want.

iFunbox

iFunbox

iFunbox is a tool for your desktop that works as an iOS file manager on your Windows or Mac computer. It lets you view the files on your iOS devices just like a native file manager.

Double Commander

Double Commander

Having two panels side by side in a file manager is what every user desires for and the Double Commander file manager has got it for you and it works on your Windows, Mac, or Linux computer.

MiXplorer

MiXplorer

If you happen to work with several folders at once on your device, MiXplorer is a great file manager for you as it’s got a dual pane and tab features to help you with your multitasking.

ASUS File Manager

ASUS File Manager

If you store your files not just on your device but on your cloud accounts and networks, then ASUS File Manager is the only file manager you need to get access to all of your files right from your Android device.

Ghost Commander

Ghost Commander

If you’re used to working with dual pane file managers on your desktops and want something similar on Android, then Ghost Command is what you should use. It’s got the dual pane functionality plus a number of other features to help you keep your files organized.

OpenExplorer

OpenExplorer

If you want a file manager that works equally well on all of your Android devices, then OpenExplorer is worth considering as it’s free, open source, compatible with most devices, and works pretty well.

Amaze File Manager

Amaze File Manager

If you’re looking for an alternative to the default file manager app on your Android device and you prefer a free and an open-source option, then Amaze File Manager is worth checking out.

FreeCommander

FreeCommander

If you’re sick of or maybe just don’t like the default Windows file manager, then FreeCommander is a great alternative to it with a number of features to help you efficiently work with your files.