ES File Explorer Alternatives
ES File Explorer is described as 'Full-featured file manager with built-in viewers, players, archive tools and much more' and is a well-known app in the File Management category. There are more than 50 alternatives to ES File Explorer for a variety of platforms, including Windows, Android, Android Tablet, Mac and Linux. The best alternative is Total Commander, which is free. Other great apps like ES File Explorer are Amaze File Manager (Free, Open Source), htop (Free, Open Source), Solid Explorer (Paid) and File Expert (Freemium).
- Total Commander is a Shareware file manager for Windows. View 162 alternatives to Total Commander
- Freemium • Proprietary
- Windows Mobile
- Android Tablet
Total Commander vs ES File ExplorerNo networking or it is hidden deep in program.It is light and very straight forward. It has all the functionality, but less of gimmicks.
- Amaze File Manager is an intuitive, open-source file manager for Android that's both free and ad-free (no upgrade offers, no popups, no ads at all). View 38 alternatives to Amaze File Manager
- Free • Open Source
- Android Tablet
Amaze File Manager vs ES File ExplorerWe can find most of es file functionality in this opensource app, without any bothering stuffs.Good free open source software doing exactly what is needed and nothing else. No ads, no freemium, donate to the authors if you like to.Apparently no support for network file shares w/o *paid* and proprietary (eg, non-transparent) plugins, plus since recent update can't even run properly and always crashes. As reported by about 90% of Google Play reviews in the past couple of months.Very nice file manager with a clean Material Design interface and all the basic features you'd expect. No ads or other crap. Get it of FDroid ??
- Solid Explorer is the best looking file and cloud manager with two independent panels, which brings to you a new file browsing experience. View 46 alternatives to Solid Explorer
- Paid • Proprietary
Solid Explorer vs ES File ExplorerFirstly, it's builtin network folder support appears to work. Next, this UI is quite pleasing. Some UI improvements are in order, like if you copy a file then the UI for that covers the "back" button that would normally bring up the drive listing.. but after some struggles I found out that you can swipe left to get that listing as well, thus I can copy items into a network folder.