Popular file manager app for Android devices Total Commander has recently received a major update.
Total Commander, the preferred file manager for many users, has got even better as developers have added a simple drag-and-drop files feature to other panels and sub folders, improved stability of background operations, added the ability for users to copy files to SD cards (on Android 3.0 or higher) without root rights, and much more.
The update also brings a new built-in media player that I am sure many of you will find super handy. The media player, which is remarkably good, has an equalizer, play queue feature, background playing for audio files, full screen mode for video playback, and streaming from LAN.
The latest version of Total Commander also brings the ability to select a range of files or folders by long tapping on an icon. The update also brings support for the multi-window feature for devices like Samsung Galaxy Note, Galaxy Note 2, and Galaxy S3.
Users can also set permissions and put files in groups by selecting the files of their choice, which makes managing files more convenient. Other changes to the Total Commander app include addition of a custom scroll thumb to make scrolling long through files quicker and addition of FLAC files for internal media play in the context menu.
Total Commander v2 for Android devices is available in the Play Store for free. Give it a try and let us know what you make of it.
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The interface looks heavily dated to me, but gets me reminiscing about the good ol’ windows mobile days!!
P.S. – Still prefer ES File Explorer with root permissions over this! :)
Can one move app(s) to SD card using this on ICS OS?