DroidGrep

DroidGrep


Search your text files easily with DroidGrep, a grep like app for Android. With DroidGrep you can:

- Select the folder you want to search
- Select the file extensions you want to search
- Search using regular expressions or plain text
- Open the search results in your editor of choice
- Last search is saved between sessions

Recent changes:
- Increased size of ignored binary files
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Free
72
3.6
User ratings
232
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
0
File size
601 kb
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About DroidGrep
Search your text files easily with DroidGrep, a grep like app for Android. With DroidGrep you can:

- Select the folder you want to search
- Select the file extensions you want to search
- Search using regular expressions or plain text
- Open the search results in your editor of choice
- Last search is saved between sessions

Recent changes:
- Increased size of ignored binary files
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 6, 2015
Doesn't work! The reason I got this app was to search files in DroidEdit. It's great at doing that, but if you have DroidEdit pro, you can use Dropbox, and SMTP (I use SMTP) but you can't search those files. Not only that, but you can't even load files on the SD Card.
A Google User
Jul 19, 2015
Didnt work Just crashed when I pressed search. Im on cyanogenmod 10.1 on a samsung galaxy s3 . When searching I added .html & .htm as extensions to search in.
A Google User
Jul 3, 2015
It's Okay. Works great but, The reason I got this app was to search files in DroidEdit. It's great at doing that, but if you have DroidEdit pro, you can use Dropbox, and SMTP (I use SMTP) but you can't search those files.
A Google User
May 20, 2015
Cannot list sdcard subdirectories Using tabs 8.4 unrooted. When adding subdirectories for search, it only list sdcard and not it's subdirectories.
A Google User
Apr 11, 2015
no special permissions requirements Can't seem to select subdirectories of sdcard. With regular expressions and extensions filtering, it's on the right path but not as easy to use as another one, imho.