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Default Tomi File Manager is now on Play Store!

Hi all,

THANK YOU ALL for your valuable ideas and suggestions! Today we released Tomi File Manager on Play Store, here are the download link:
Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ls.filemanager
On Dropbox: https://www.dropbox.com/s/1ovubciwjy...le_Manager.apk

New thread for offical release: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=52849230
We start a weekly vote, to vote features you want Tomi File Manager to have in next release.
Here is the link to vote: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2759901

Changes to beta version:
- Downloads Folder
-- Support system downloads directory
-- Support manually add your own download directory
- "Common" button in Directory feature for quick-access to frequently used folder
-- Change "History" feature to "Common" in Directory to quick access commonly used path which is reported by @sinosuke
-- Select some common system folders set as default such as device root, sdcard, extsdcard, and etc.
-- Allow users to add your own frequently used folders to the common list
- Support slide up to open Directory, which is reported by @dummie999
-- replace click to slide up for opening Directory on GUI, and make you easier to browse
- Fxied bug in prompt notice which is reported by @Horcza
- Fixed bug to sort function which is reported by @digesh9870
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Hi All, I will reply to your question and suggestion in the new thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=52864877

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Default GUI vs functionality

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This is not the place to advertise other file managers. And that UI i like 9000 levels below this one's
Sorry, if i broke some rule. I just want to say my view. I think that filemanager is productivity tool and thus i think its most power lies in functionality and not so much in fancy childish gui. But i respect other may feel it otherwise.
 
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Just installed it. UI is very smooth and fluid. Very elegant and friendly to use. It also act as a gallery viewer. Have yet to explore all the other options, but its a very good start.
I don't usually waste time on those file manager app, but I saw yours featured in xda portal and the beautiful thumbnail attracted me.
Each type of files are very organized, and just found out there's bunch of useless docs generated by some apps. lol. Time to delete it.
Thanks for the app. Guess this will replace my other ugly file manager. Keep it up, good luck!
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1) Allow this app to be picked by system settings to pick a ringtone. I really really want to get rid of File commander but its the only one that allows me to do this easily (I hide my ringtones in a nomedia folder so my music software doesnt find them.

2) Allow multiple 'tabs' like Root explorer so I can easily copy between internal external storage etc.

Great app and keep up the great work!
 
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This is a neat app. Good work developer!
I have a question. I noticed that I can't share more than 10 files at once. I wonder whether this is an app issue or an Android issue.

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