Cx File Explorer


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File manager app with clean interface to provide easier management of files
4.8/5 Votes: 149,312
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Cx File Explorer is a powerful file manager app with a clean and intuitive interface. With this file manager app, you can quickly browse and manage the files on your mobile device, PC, and cloud storage, just like you use Windows Explorer or Finder on your PC or Mac. Also it provides a rich set of features that advanced users are looking for without feeling bloated. You can even manage the space used on your mobile device with a visualized storage analysis.

Key features

Organize your files and folders: With a user-friendly UI, you can easily browse, move, copy, compress, rename, extract, delete, create and share files (folders) on both internal and external storage of your mobile device.

Access files on cloud storage: You can manage the files on cloud storages.

Access files on NAS (Network-attached storage): You can access files within remote or shared storage like FTP, FTPS, SFTP, SMB, WebDAV, and LAN. Also you can access your mobile dev ice from PC using FTP(File Transfer Protocol).

Manage your apps: you can manage the apps installed on your mobile device.

Analyze and manage your storage: Cx File Explorer provides visualized storage analysis so that you can quickly scan the available space and manage it. The Recycle bin also helps you easily manage your storage.

Material Design interface: Cx File Explorer uses the Material Design interface.

If you are looking for a file manager app that has simple and sleek interface with full features, Cx File Explorer would be the best choice.

What's new

- Bug fixes and minor improvements.
- Improved compatibility for android 11
- Quick navigation between recent locations
- Internal video player
- Range selection


5 comentarios en "Cx File Explorer"

  1. Martin Ng says:

    It is working fine mostly for one day so far, except I cannot connect to my Windows 10 pc using the Microsoft account credentials. It doesn’t work with my Outlook email sign-on or phone number as user name and corresponding password. I have to start up my pc with the local account account and credentials to make it work. Is there a way around that? Please advise. It works with Onedrive without issue however. Would give it a 5 star otherwise. Thanks!

  2. Trinitario says:

    In theory we have “Built-in apps”: Image Viewer, Video Player, Music Player and Text Editor. However, the possibility of directly accessing the “Text Editor” is not observed. If there is no text file to open, the “Text Editor” does not exist. There is no way to write anything using a real “Text Editor”. Please, incorporate a “Text Editor” that allows us to write without depending on opening a text file.

  3. joseph bertola says:

    This app was working super fine on my Samsung Galaxy S10+. When I upgraded to the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, the app would not let me paste the snipped clipboard title to the document title. It would let me key in the document title from the keyboard but that just made the information collection endeavor considerably more arduous. The problem persisted even after re-installing the app. My work around is using the Samsung My Files app but I would prefer using Cx File Explorer

  4. Ahnly says:

    Good app, it does what we would espect from a “File Explorer”, but it’s a shame that it isn’t customisable. You could at least propose a “dark mode”, the white background is really aggressive for the eyes.

  5. Infradragon says:

    Best file manager ever. It has all the features anybody would need, and it is easy to use. I love how the app has built in media players and a text editor, and can view system storage.

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