As in the case of desktop systems, in Android we have at our disposal a series of applications that allow us to manage our own files, both those that we have on our own terminals and those that we have on other services. It is enough that we carry out a search in Google Play to find applications such as ES File Explorer, Astro File Manager, Root Explorer or Olive File Manager. Among those applications we must also find Solid Explorer, which has just arrived at version 1.5 with a series of improvements and bug fixes.
Among the characteristics of Solid Explorer we find the availability of two independent navigation panels, with the possibility of dragging and dropping files between them. In addition, it acts as a client for the FTP, SFTP, WebDav and SMB / CIFS protocols, it supports ZIP, TAR.GZ, TAR.BZ2 and RAR files, even allowing the creation of ZIP and TAR files. As far as cloud file storage services are concerned, it supports Dropbox, Box, SkyDrive, GoogleDrive, Sugarsync, Copy, UbuntuOne, Mediafire, Owncloud (via WebDav), and Yandex (via WebDav).
Precisely, among the novelties we find the support of UbuntuOne, Copy and MediaFire, the rewriting of its support for Google drive, adds compatibility with Android 4.3, improves the bookmarks panel, adds the possibility of protecting bookmarks in the cloud using a master password, support for auto-signing of SSL certificates, as well as bug fixes in a number of ways.
Solid Explorer is available on Google Play as a trial (trial) for 14 days of use for devices with Android 2.2 and up, being necessary to buy Solid Explorer Unlocker after those 14 days of testing.
Link: Solid Explorer on Google Play | Goes: Android Police