[Tomi File Manager v.2.0 – Administrador de Archivos [Nuevo diseño, soporte para Dropbox y más]Tomi File Manager v.2.0 – Administrador de Archivos [Nuevo diseño, soporte para Dropbox y más]

Tomi File Manager, es un gestor de archivos que nos ofrece una forma muy conveniente de acceder a todos nuestros archivos de música, fotos, videos, documentos y aplicaciones instaladas en nuestro equipo.

A diferencia de otros gestores de archivos para Android, Tomi Free Manager enfoca sus capacidades en 5 principales categorías, basándose en los tipos de archivos que más comúnmente se gestionan en los dispositivos móviles: Musica, Fotos, Videos, Documentos y Aplicaciones. 
 

Con una interfaz de usuario amigable e intuitiva, este administrador de archivos permite acceder rápidamente a todo este contenido de una manera ordenada e incluso desinstalar múltiples aplicaciones al mismo tiempo.
 
La pantalla principal nos muestra un gráfico circular con el espacio libre y el espacio total de almacenamiento en el dispositivo. Del lado derecho de la pantalla están dispuestas todas las categorías que mencionábamos anteriormente, mientras que en la parte inferior hay una opción que nos permite acceder a los principales directorios a través de su explorador de archivos integrado.
 

 

Novedades

  • Nuevo diseño GUI;
  • Versión alternativa con tema oscuro.;
  • Active para administrar archivos en Dropbox 
  • Mejora de la barra de menú para las operaciones de archivos 
  • Mejor animación para los procesos de operacióncomo copiar, eliminar y mover 
  • Clasifica aplicaciones como descargado e instalado previamente 
  • Desinstalar aplicaciones preinstaladas (raíz requerido) 
  • Habilitar para gestionar archivos APK en Administrador de Apps 
  • Mostrar tamaño del archivo y fecha de creación 
  • Apoyar 7z en Archive Manager 
  • aplicaciones instaladas de copia de seguridad 
  • Otras correcciones de errores menores.
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leader file manager for Android release its great major update with dark theme, dropbox file manager and other features

Tomi File Manager, a full featured file manager, smartly classifies your own files into Music, Pictures, Videos, Documents, makes you the best file explorer and downloads manager, and closely works as primary root explorer for advanced users in different using scenes, has moved to its first major update for 2.0 version, after its initial release in May, 2014. 
leader file manager for Android release its great major update with dark theme, dropbox file manager and other features leader file manager for Android release its great major update with dark theme, dropbox file manager and other features

Working with Light Theme and Dark Theme, Tomi File Manager 2.0 improved its GUI to highlight its core feature – Smartly classify and manage users’ own files. “We believe that the majority of files which need to be managed are users’ own ones, not system files of Android OS.” stated by Tomitools, the development team of Tomi File Manager, “In the new 2.0 version, we make icons to each file category, like Music, Pictures, Videos, Documents, Applications and Downloads, bigger and much clearer, than our previous version. So users can easily find out what they need with simple tap.” To try Tomi File Manager with Dark Theme, you can visit here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tomitools.filemanager.darkhttps://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tomitools.filemanager.dark
leader file manager for Android release its great major update with dark theme, dropbox file manager and other features
While dealing with selected file, Copy, Move, Delete, and check file Details are the majority of behaviors with high frequency, so Tomi File Manager changed listed options in action menu, and bring the highly used options to front of users. As well, options to Rename, Share, and Compress will be popup by simply tap the “More” option. When users want to do some operations to selected files, they can easily find out right option in the action menu, and do not need to spend even minute time to search in a long long option list. “Using scenes, means what kind of option that users will want to selected files, are much important than a simple function.” Tomi File Manager builds every function based on closely simulations to users’ daily usages. And this is why Tomi File Manager is different from other file manager apps. 
leader file manager for Android release its great major update with dark theme, dropbox file manager and other features
Besides file management, Tomi File Manager updated its Apps Manager in 2.0 version, to classify Pre-Installed applications and Downloaded Applications. Downloaded application means the apps which are installed by phone users, and Pre-installed application means the apps which are installed by system and phone vendors. Users can easily find out apps they installed on the mobile phone, and uninstall the one do not want, to save free space. Otherwise, as to rooted devices, users who have root privilege can uninstall the pre-installed apps, and do not need to manually identify if selected app were pre-installed or not. Meanwhile, a seperated tab for managing stored APK files is also part of the new Apps Manager. Some friends have suggested us to support management to APK files, and now we have this feature. When people download or transfer APK files to phone device, it is really not convenient to find such file among folders or files. But please do not worry, here we support this feature, to enable you this easy and convenient option to manage your APK files. If an APK has been executed and installed, we mark it “Installed”, so you can delete it or not; if not installed, we also tell you “Not Installed”, then you can install it. This is also one way that Tomi File Manager serves users in different needs and different using scenes. 
leader file manager for Android release its great major update with dark theme, dropbox file manager and other features
Cloud storage is very popular, like a tool must have, especially Dropbox. And now you can directly manage your files on Dropbox with Tomi File Manager 2.0. There is only one step before you start – authorize Tomi File Manager to access your Dropbox account. Then you can browse all your folders and files on Dropbox, like the way of browsing local files. A little small thing is that there would be some delay while you have a low Internet connection speed.
One important thing must clarify here is Tomi File Manager integrates official API with authorization from Dropbox company, and must not save any of your personal privacy information. We promise no track to your personal data, but only serve you as the best file manager app.
Every change and improvement are user-centered, here are the new Tomi File Manager 2.0 changes in short:
1. New user interface to highlight our core features;
2. Alternative version with dark theme;
3. Enable to manage files stored on Dropbox, just like browse local files;
4. Improved menu bar for file operations, and bring common options to front;
5. Improved animation to operation processes, like copy, delete, and move;
6. Classify apps as Downloaded and Pre-installed, make it more easier for management;
7. Uninstall pre-installed apps (root required);
8. Enable to manage APK files in Apps Manager;
9. Show file size and create date, so users can get a much clearer idea;
10. Enable to extract 7z files with our Archive Manager.
 

Hurry! Just abandon ancient file manager apps, and now take the right user-centered designed Tomi File Manager. You must feel file management is an super easy thing with fingure trips.e for 2.0 version, after its initial release in May, 2014. 

[android.sc]Tomi File Manager Available On Play Store [Download APK]

Files undergo several operations: they must be created, called, found, renamed, read, altered, duplicated, moved, rearranged, deleted, and so on. If you use an Android smartphone or tablet, you know that you need a file manager for your device to be organized, to simplify the way you reach your files and save time, and Tomi File Manager is a good and free option for you to cover up plenty of useful functionality in a user-friendly interface.

Tomi File Manager provides a number of different tools, works with both internal and external storage, and is a full featured file manager, offers you the excellent file explorer and download manager and serves as primary root explorer for advanced users in different using scenes.

Tomi File Manager organizes music files, photos and video presentations, documents, applications, and more. It is easy to search for a particular file and run different files with few simple clicks, plus the ability to sort files by categories mentioned. Displays applications as well as statistical information about the storage capacity used for each class and the remaining capacity in colorful graphic shapes.

It should be noted that Tomi File Manager can arrange music under songs, albums, artists and years, and arrange photos according to the date of capture with the ability to share them with others via Facebook.

Regarding documents, the application displays the PDF files, text files and office group files, that you can share with others through e-mail and wireless networks and can also be downloaded via various cloud storage services, such as “Dropbox” and “Google Drive.”The Tomi File Manager application can delete various applications installed on your device and more.

Tomi File Manager for Android supports Bulgarian, English, French, German, Italian, Polish, Russian, Serbian languages and can be downloaded completely free of charge, directly from theGoogle Play Store, or via apk from here.

The application has the version 1.4.2, is 2.7 MB in size, and works on devices running Android version 3.0 and above.

Download Tomi File Manager on Play Store: 
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tomitools.filemanager

[androidcommunity]By the power of root! File managers square off

We’ve said it before. For better or worse, one of the things that separates Android from iOS is the fact that we can browse our devices like we do our computers, at least to a certain extent. File managers give users power, but not all yield those powers equally, especially when it comes to superuser powers, otherwise known as “root”. Let’s take a peek at the current choices of file managers and see how they fare when pitted against one another.

Root Explorer ($3.99)

Let’s immediately start with the heavyweight of the batch. Root Explorer‘s name immediately tells you it means serious business. And at that price tag, it better be. Like what its name says, it lets users experience what it is to cruise their Android device as the all-powerful root user. Billed as *the* file manager for root users, Root Explorer comes with loads of features that even the non-root faithful will most likely appreciate, like creating or extracting ZIP files and other compressed archives, a viewer for SQLite databases (since Android uses the database format almost everywhere), and even accessstorage on popular cloud service like Dropbox and Google Drive.

But perhaps we should ask the obvious question: why root and why for a file manager? Root access itself will allow programs, like Xposed framework modules, for example. to modify the system in ways Android would not normally allow. In a file manager, it gives users almost unfettered access to every file and folder, which may sometimes be a bad idea. But for an example of how useful root file access can be, one can try to modify init scripts, programs that get run every time the phone is booted up, so that they can’t be run at all. In geek talk, that means setting the init script’s file permission to 600, readable, but can’t be run. Use it on certain OEM or carrier services and say goodbye to bloatware. At least until an update overwrites your changes.

ES File Explorer (Free)

We’ve already shared some tips and tricks on using ES File Explorer, so you might be already familiar with what this talented file manager can do. To sum it up, ES File Explorer gives all levels of users something to chew on. Beginners can take advantage of all the features, including cloud access and app backup, from the get go and power users can flick a simple switch to enable root access. Provided, of course, that your device is already rooted in the first place.

Perhaps the only wart on ES File Explorer’s face is that its extra features are truly extra, functionality that you’ll find in other externalapps that you need to install first. The good news is that, like ES File Explorer itself, all of them are available free of charge. OK, there might be another wart, though small: ES File Explorer isn’t the prettiest file manager around.

ASTRO File Manager (Free/$3.99)

OK, it might be cheating a bit, but we’re not trying to pick on good old ASTRO. Of this selection, ASTRO doesn’t actually offer root access to files and folders. However, this app still bears mentioning because of its almost venerable history. ASTRO File Manager has been one of earliest file managers on Android and it is definitely a welcome sight to see it still alive and kicking. Except for the lack of root powers, ASTRO gets the job done and does it well, with swipe gestures,cloud access, and more. One quite special power that ASTRO does have is in the depth and breadth of its search, allowing users to search across all locations, whether on the device, network, or on the cloud, and even make very specific filters based on name, size, location, type, etc.

If the free/paid notation above is any indication, ASTRO File Manager’s free version comes with a non-monetary price. The free app isn’t crippled in functionality, but it does come riddled with ads, which you have to pay to get rid of. There is also something to be said about ASTRO’s “unique” visual style. Although it isn’t as plain as ES Explorer or as serious as Root Explorer, it appears to be a mishmash of different artistic styles that give it a rather disjointed appearance.

Tomi File Manager (Free)

Tomi is a relative new comer to the file manager scene, but it is quite interesting for one, single reason: presentation. Although it does have a switch to enable root access, it doesn’t have all the bells and whistles of the more powerful file managers. In exchange, it lets users peruse their files in a more visually oriented way. The home screen of Tomi presents users with a pie chart of storage space usage and a categorization of the different file types like Music, Pictures, Documents, etc. A filing system near and dear to Google’s own heart. But more than that, drilling into the Pictures and Videos sections shows all those media files in preview mode. This lets you really explore your photos and videos without having to open a separate gallery or multimedia app.

Of course, Tomi still lets users walk through the file system the traditional way, via folders and files. In that regard, Tomi offers the most basic of functionality that should let users wade through without drowning in a sea of options

Wrap-up

We’ve seen very powerful file managers on Android that opens up the world to users with power, but one question remains unasked: Do we need file managers at all? Let’s set aside for a moment the security and stability considerations of giving unknowing and unsuspecting users almost unbridled access to Android’s innermost workings via root. iPhone and iPad users have certainly lived for years without it. And if Android on Nexus devices is any sign, Google believes users won’t need to either. At least not in the way file managers usually do. Google is more interested in presenting files grouped according to media type rather than the plain files and folders tree structure of conventional systems.

Do you find file managers essential for an Android experience, even for regular users? Do you think root access, whether in apps or in file managers, is worth the risk of messing up things you’re not supposed to? Do you have any favorite file manager, especially one that grants root powers, that you’d like to bring to the community’s attention? Let us know in the comments below!

 

[techcentral.ie]Tomi File Manager 1.4.2

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Every self-respecting Android user needs a file manager for their phone and tablet, and Tomi File Manager offers a free solution that wraps up a large amount of useful functionality in a user-friendly interface. It works with both internal and external storage, and provides a number of different views and tools that make it more than just a simple app for browsing and managing files.

Once installed, fire it up and it’ll provide you with a nifty pie chart of your amalgamated storage including how much free space you have left. The chart is colour-coded according to file type, and there are handy shortcuts for browsing your media, apps, docs and downloads.

Tapping one of these provides a context-sensitive view of that type of file – so choose Apps and you’ll get a complete list with the option to select multiple apps at once and remove them if you so wish. Select Music, and you can browse your collection by songs, albums, artist or year.

Tap an item to open or play it in a suitable companion app, or select it using the tick box to perform various file-management tasks on it: copy, delete, share, move, rename and even compress to zip.

There are some handy features built-in – you can quickly select a song for your ringtone, or sort your video by shooting date in a timeline view. Sensitive photos and videos can be hidden, and you can easily move content to your external card should space be disappearing fast.

Text documents can be edited from within the app, while you can view common document types such as Microsoft Office and PDF natively, plus share files via Wi-Fi.

Downloads can be managed more effectively through Tomi too, with options for creating personal folders as well as backing up API files.

On its own, these features are great, but Tomi File Manager also offers a free root explorer tool – tap Directory to select a storage device or use a crumbs-based tool to go right to any folder on your phone or tablet. Some handy features include being able to hide sensitive folders and files, or put favourite folders directly on your home screen. And if you’ve rooted your device, Tomi makes it easy to change file permissions, owner and group, edit the host file and go further.

At the end of the day, if you want a file manager app for your Android device, this is the one to try first.

Read more: http://www.techcentral.ie/tomi-file-manager-1-4-2/#ixzz38Az8LARO

Download Tomi File Manager on Play Store: 
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tomitools.filemanager

[betanews] Need to take control of your Android mobile’s files? Tomi File Manager is just the ticket

Tomi File Manager

Ever struggled to find a particular file on your Android mobile? Wish you could exert more control over your photos and other media, or uninstall more than one app at once? You need a file manager, and not just any file manager, but Tomi File Manager 1.4.2 at that.

Tomi File Manager packs in lots of useful features, works with both internal and external storage and is far more than a simple tool for viewing files — plus, it’s free.

Once fired up, Tomi File Manager provides you with a nifty pie chart of your amalgamated storage, color-coded for file type and offering handy shortcuts to key files, including media, apps, docs and downloads.

Tap one for a context-sensitive view of its content: select Music and you can browse by songs, album, artist or year, for example, while videos are displayed sorted by date into timeline view.

Tap an item to open or play it using an appropriate app — in the case of documents, you can view PDFs and Microsoft Office files within the app itself.

Multiple items can be selected at once using tick boxes for performing bulk operations, such as copying, deleting, sharing, moving, renaming and even compressing. In the case of apps, you can uninstall multiple apps in one go. Downloads can be managed more effectively through Tomi too, with options for creating personal folders as well as backing up API files.

And if that’s not enough, tap Directory to select a storage device or use a crumbs-based tool to go right to any folder on your phone or tablet. Some handy features include being able to hide sensitive folders and files, or put favourite folders directly on your home screen. And if you’ve rooted your device, Tomi makes it easy to change file permissions, owner and group, edit the host file and go further.

At the end of the day, if you want a file manager app for your Android device, this is the one to try first. Tomi File Manager 1.4.2 is a free download for Android phones and tablets running Android 3.0 or later.

Download Tomi File Manager on Play Store: 
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tomitools.filemanager

[oldpapyrus]TOMI FILE MANAGER: QUICKLY ACCESS FILES ON ANDROID

There are plenty of file managers available on Google Play. Most of them do the same things and some come with extra features like support for different archive types. However, being a smartphone user, I expect a file manager to have a clean interface and the ability to give me quick access to my files. Today I received an email from the Tomitools team to check out their file manager app for Android – Tomi File Manager with the capability to categorize and arrange files on your smartphone. To be frank, I am more than impressed by this smart app. The usual directory browser becomes a second preference with this app because it can instantly show your files grouped together by file type and sorted by applicable criteria. For example, you can sort the images by date of shooting (timeline) and documents by name, size, last modified time and type both in ascending or descending order. So you do not need to remember locations and change directories to reach the image you took 5 minutes back. Isn’t that cool? It can scan and organize music, pictures, videos, documents and apps. Feature highlights of Tomi File Manager:
  • Free Root Explorer (for rooted device) can change file owner, permissions, remount system as rw, edit several system files and manage them with root explorer.
  • Music Manager can set music as ringtone, sort music by songs, albums, artists and years, share songs via bluetooth, manage recordings, delete duplicate music.
  • Picture Manager can display pics by shooting date, show slideshow, hide pics, share on FB, send over WiFi, compress and share pics.
  • Video Manager can sort and share on Instagram and FB.
  • Document Manager cum editor cum viewer for text, list and group by type, send to Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, and other cloud storage. Supports PDF, Office Word, Office Excel, Office PowerPoint, Text, and etc.
  • Application Manager with advanced features in root mode.
  • Directory Manager and Folder Mount can hide files and directories, send to desktop etc.
  • Free disk space viewer by file types.
  • Free app.
On Google Play: Tomi File Manager