Far On Droid File Manager

Far On Droid File Manager


Far On Droid is free file manager providing intuitive file management using two panel interface.
Has built-in file viewer and editor and view files of any size.

Main features:
two panel interface;
basic file operation like editing, copying and renaming;
searching files and directories;
viewing files and directories;
viewing large file;
searching inside files;
extracting/viewing existed archives or creating new;
integration with cloud storages;
and many other actions.

Far On Droid file manager is inspired by these old school file managers like FAR Manager or Midnight Commander.

Recent changes:
✓ Critical Bugfixing
✓ Styling UI (size, font, color) through Settings
✓ Advanced select options (by Modification date)
✓ New operations with Applications
✓ Additional shortcuts for physical keyboard
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Free
93
4.7
User ratings
373
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
0
File size
1623 kb
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About Far On Droid File Manager
Far On Droid is free file manager providing intuitive file management using two panel interface.
Has built-in file viewer and editor and view files of any size.

Main features:
two panel interface;
basic file operation like editing, copying and renaming;
searching files and directories;
viewing files and directories;
viewing large file;
searching inside files;
extracting/viewing existed archives or creating new;
integration with cloud storages;
and many other actions.

Far On Droid file manager is inspired by these old school file managers like FAR Manager or Midnight Commander.

Recent changes:
✓ Critical Bugfixing
✓ Styling UI (size, font, color) through Settings
✓ Advanced select options (by Modification date)
✓ New operations with Applications
✓ Additional shortcuts for physical keyboard

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A Google User
Jun 9, 2014
Wanted to give more stars, but this has 2 problems: 1) on loading it takes up 30.69 MB Oscar memory. Ghost commander takes up 25.xx MB on loading. 2) On exit, it still takes up more than 25 MB. It has to be removed manually from memory. On the other hand, Ghost commander frees up memory on exit. So, I am uninstalling this application.
A Google User
Jun 4, 2014
Best Text edit is not good, but thanks for other options!
A Google User
Jun 2, 2014
One of the best, try it
A Google User
Jun 1, 2014
Super! I love Far manager! But on my LG Optimus L7 II (Android 4.1) its very unstable:-( Crashing down very often... Don't use long tap for selecting files. When I want to see size of folder I dont want to select it! Especially when I can't unselect it by the same way... Add separate feature to (un)select files and folders. After resolving this problems I'll give 5 stars...
A Google User
May 18, 2014
By FAR the best file manager! The best available, too bad this gem is literally buried in the Play Store! Anyone looking for a good old school dual pane file manager should get this NOW. If you are familiar with the DOS days of Norton Commander and the like, you will feel right at home with this. Not bloated with garbage or fancy graphics, or even icons. Just raw file management at its best. I was pleasantly surprised to see dropbox support and the ability to mass copy dropbox files is just so nice. It has some nice keyboard shortcuts as well. If anything, I think more keyboard shortcuts should be introduced, but overall this is a super fast and super functional file manager and providing this for free is such a good service to the android community. No ads, no bs, awesomely useful app. Please don't change that! Two requests I do have: PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE add support to backup applications to APK. At this point I keep ES File Explorer for just this feature (as I like to back up installed apps that I like, like this one!) and if this had that ability I could finally do away with ES entirely :) The other request is a toggle on/off for the ALT key. I am not using this on a touch screen in which I can finger hold