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I tried solid file explorer but I still prefer root explorer better because the UI is more simplistic

I like root explorer all others suck

The money is worth it

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Looks amazingly great!
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Originally Posted by fundoozzz View Post
In search of a file explorer which is beautiful and simplistic, I found this awesome app called solid explorer..
Its in alpha stage yet I find it fit for daily use.. Its definitely an eye candy and at the same time its butter smooth..
You will find many features which are not present in any of the file explorer.. and I am very much sure that you guys gonna love it..

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Tried this explorer and loved it in an instant!!i think it's better then ESexplorer,X-plore and inka file manager.
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es file explore is the best for me :P
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