Simplify the way to manage your own files on mobile devices

File management is a basic but strong need to users who are using android devices. But, obviously you do not need to pay any attention to system files and files of installed applications. YOUR OWN FILES is just what you want to manage, like music files, call recordings, pictures, videos, documents and etc…

Frankly speaking, available file manager apps can help you to manage these files, but no one focuses on the right way of managing your own files before Tomi File Manager.

Managing files with folders, like on Microsoft Windows, indexing system files, files of installed apps, and users’ own files in one list, we call it File Manager 1.0. For example, display pictures with name like “20140615_xxxx.jpg” in a list or folder, I do not think you can know for what it is.

Collecting your own files into intuitive categories, and make the simplest way to reach your target file, this is the most significant difference from Tomi File Manager to other file manager apps. Just looking for pictures, what you get is thumbnails in timeline, as well as image properties (include Focal length, White balance, and so on) not file properties.

Music, pictures, videos, and documents, these are main types of your own files on mobile device. What Tomi File Manager do is just simplifying the way to find out these files to save your time, and following your needs to file management.

Anyway, Tomi file manager is absolutely working on the simplest and fast management to your own files on mobile device.

Simplify the way to manage your own files on mobile devices

Simplify the way to manage your own files on mobile devices

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