Managing files on your Android device can get quite difficult if you use the inbuilt file manager. Unfortunately, Android is still pretty bad at helping you manage your files properly. Of course, on some phones it’s better than on others, but if you want to feel and perform like a pro on your Android phone or tablet you might want to consider getting a third party file manager app on board. A good choice is always Root Browser, so if you’re interested in installing it keep reading to find out what to do.
Root Browser Features
First, let’s find out a bit about Root Browser. Here are some of its features:
- Sort files by different criteria such as size, date and name
- Send files by email
- Bookmark files
- Add themes
- Edit files
- Cut, copy, paste, delete and even move files
- Access to rar, zip, apk and jar files all in one program
- Extract apk, zip and jar files
How to Download
There are a few ways in which you can get Root Browser on your phone or tablet. You could purchase it from the Google Play Store if you have the money to invest in it. But you can also download a reliable APK of Root Browser and install it on your device. You can find this third-party APK on either a reliable tech blog or an Android website. You can download it straight into your phone, or try the other way and get it on your computer and transfer it via USB or Bluetooth to the Android device you wish to install it on.
You will need to approve files of unknown sources to run on your Android device. Go to Settings > Security > Unknown Sources to do this. And now you can open and use Root Browser!