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Best ES File Explorer Alternative Apps to Use

ES File Explorer is one of the best file managers on Android, but it’s not without faults. If you aren’t entirely satisfied with the app and want to find something better, or you’re looking to switch from ES File Explorer over to something else, here are some great alternatives to ES File Explorer that will suit your needs just as well.

Best ES File Explorer Alternative Apps to Use

1. Cx File Explorer

Cx File Explorer is a simple but effective file browser. It comes with a fairly modern user interface, all of the essentials, and support for a variety of cloud services and shared storage servers (FTP, SMB, etc). We particularly like the dashboard sections where you can quickly locate items such as your SD card, main storage, download folders, and browse network drives. It also comes with an app manager, which appears to work well. It isn’t the most powerful on the list, but it is undoubtedly one of the best free file browsers available, with no in-app purchases or advertisements.

2. MiXplorer Silver

MiXplorer Silver includes basic features such as file browsing, archive support, cloud storage support, and an HTML viewer. There are also some specialized features, such as EPub, MobiPlacket, and PDF reader support, as well as file encryption. There are also a number of plugins available to add additional functionality as needed. As a result, if you require more archive support and less PDF support, you can install the archive plugin instead of the PDF plugin. The app costs $4.49 and does not have a free version, so try it before the refund period expires to ensure you like it.

3. Astro File Manager

Astro File Manager is among the first file manager apps for Android. It went through ups and downs over the years. However, it has always been a safe bet. Memory card support, cloud services support, file compression, app management, and archive extraction support are among the features (ZIP and RAR). You also get a nice-looking Material Design UI and simple navigation. It’s also completely free, with no advertisements.

4. MK Explorer

MK Explorer is another viable alternative to ES File Explorer. MK Explorer is a straightforward app with a little flair. If all you want is something simple, this is the app to choose. It has a Material Design interface, basic file management capabilities (copy, paste, delete, and SD Card support for Lollipop 5.0+), and root access. It also supports 20 languages and includes a text editor, gallery, and music player.

5. Total Commander

Total Commander is a robust and highly rated file manager app. It has almost every feature you could want, including network storage, cloud storage, plugin support, bookmarks, and other tools like an included text editor. Even if the design isn’t as updated as some would like, this one is speedily becoming a favourite of many. Nonetheless, it is completely free, with no in-app purchases or advertising.

6. Solid Explorer

Solid Explorer is not as well-known as ES File Explorer, but it is a worthy substitute. After using ES’s complicated interface, you’ll appreciate Solid’s simple and beautiful Material Design UI.

It includes the majority of the important features of ES File Explorer, such as cloud support, network sharing, Recycle bin, root explorer, compressed file support, and so on. It also has the ability to hide or encrypt files and folders, and, like ES, it has viewers for the majority of file types. You can test it out for free for a few weeks. After that, it costs $1.99.

7. File Commander

File Commander is a feature-rich file manager app that can be used as an alternative to ES File Explorer. It includes standard features such as file categorization, cloud sync, network file sharing, USB OTG support, and file compression, as well as some cool advanced features.

The app is available for free, but the Premium version is where the action is. The Premium version includes advanced features such as file hiding and encryption, a recycle bin, a storage analyzer, file bookmarking, and so on. While the app does not support multi-window multiple tasks, it does allow you to copy and move tasks in the background, which can be useful at times.

Sandy received her Bachelor's degree in Mass Communication from Delta State University, After graduation, she began her career as a content writer at a marketing agency, where she worked on a variety of projects for clients in a range of industries.She has worked with clients in the tech, finance, and healthcare industries, crafting blog posts, articles, website copy, and more.In her spare time, Sandy enjoys reading, writing fiction, watching football, and spending time with her family.
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