What You Can Learn From this Android File Manager

If you are or want to be a mobile app developer, you can learn a lot from a new Android app called App Directory.

App Directory is available free for a 14-day trial, after which it costs $2.69. There are a lot of file managers on Android, so why does App Directory stand out?

First of all, it offers a plethora of advanced features not found on other file manager apps. They help manage and browse files remotely or on your phone.

So, what are some of those features?

Basic functions for file management: create, paste, copy, cut, rename, delete, send and share files which can be stored in internal memory or on an SD card.

Select multiple files simultaneously and browse collections of photos, videos and music on the same app.

Install, uninstall and manage apps: explore structure of files within apps.

Open, read, decrypt and extract RAR, TAR, 7ZIP and ZIP files.

Manage cloud files on sites such as Google Drive, OneDrive, Box, Dropbox, Mediafire, Copy, Sugarsync, Yandex and Owncloud.

There are far too many to list. Besides, we have a lesson to teach you today.

What You Can Learn from App Directory

Usually, we think the best mobile app development ideas are done within a niche that doesn’t have a lot of competition. However, this app is competing in a niche that any sane mobile app developer would take one look at and say it’s “oversaturated.”

So how are the developers of App Directory taking on a niche with too much competition and winning? They simply made their app better than everyone else’s. They solve a lot of problems that users of other file management apps have and put them all in one app for a large market.

Really, though, it all comes back to solving problems that a lot of people have, such as: “Wouldn’t it be nice if my file management app let me manage the documents I have on Google Drive?”

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