Pure ICS File Manager

Pure ICS File Manager


Are you sick of having to scroll through ridiculous, cartoonish, and just plain ugly icons to find your files? Are you embarrassed to open your file manager because of how much it clashes with the rest of Android's design? Are you tired of wasting precious hours of your time just trying to figure out how to copy and paste?

Well I was. I got so fed up with all of the goofy looking, dysfunctional file managers I saw on the market that I decided to write my own.

Pure ICS File Manager sticks as close to the Android design and UI principles as possible, from the way files are selected all the way down to the form of the icon. Its goal is to be a perfect fit into the Android operating system, both in aesthetics and usability.

Features!
=Multiple cut/copy/paste/delete
=New folders/files
=Share and rename individual files
=Available space indicator
=Dropdown menu for navigating up folders
=Sorting options
=Show hidden (dot) folders and files
=Simple, uncluttered UI
=Extremely fast, absolutely no bloat
=Follows design and usability patterns instead of forcing users to learn arbitrary anti-patterns
=No ads

Coming soon:
=Bookmarks!
=Receiving intents for picking files!

If you find any bugs or potential feature that might fit well into the app, please shoot me an email. They go a long way in making this app better and it's fastest way to make sure things get fixed.

*Thank you all for using my app and rating it so well. You don't know how happy you all make me. You're fantastic*

Recent changes:
v10(2012/08/07)
Fixes:
-No more random force closes when opening "/d" (What is that file for anyway? It was on my device too and I just deleted it because it was empty > .>)
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Free
85
4.3
User ratings
189
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
0
File size
133 kb
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About Pure ICS File Manager
Are you sick of having to scroll through ridiculous, cartoonish, and just plain ugly icons to find your files? Are you embarrassed to open your file manager because of how much it clashes with the rest of Android's design? Are you tired of wasting precious hours of your time just trying to figure out how to copy and paste?

Well I was. I got so fed up with all of the goofy looking, dysfunctional file managers I saw on the market that I decided to write my own.

Pure ICS File Manager sticks as close to the Android design and UI principles as possible, from the way files are selected all the way down to the form of the icon. Its goal is to be a perfect fit into the Android operating system, both in aesthetics and usability.

Features!
=Multiple cut/copy/paste/delete
=New folders/files
=Share and rename individual files
=Available space indicator
=Dropdown menu for navigating up folders
=Sorting options
=Show hidden (dot) folders and files
=Simple, uncluttered UI
=Extremely fast, absolutely no bloat
=Follows design and usability patterns instead of forcing users to learn arbitrary anti-patterns
=No ads

Coming soon:
=Bookmarks!
=Receiving intents for picking files!

If you find any bugs or potential feature that might fit well into the app, please shoot me an email. They go a long way in making this app better and it's fastest way to make sure things get fixed.

*Thank you all for using my app and rating it so well. You don't know how happy you all make me. You're fantastic*

Recent changes:
v10(2012/08/07)
Fixes:
-No more random force closes when opening "/d" (What is that file for anyway? It was on my device too and I just deleted it because it was empty > .>)
User reviews of Pure ICS File Manager
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A Google User
Apr 10, 2014
Best File Manager!
A Google User
Mar 25, 2014
You are good man
A Google User
Jan 2, 2014
Works well, no ads! No frills, simple file manager that does everything I need
A Google User
Aug 24, 2013
Really Good I really like your file manager, I think is cool also. But I'm a root user and if you added root access would be better.
A Google User
Aug 16, 2013
Excellent Absolutely excellent design which compliments Android perfectly. Highly recommended ad free file manager