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gFile - An Amazing Android File Manager (Gmail-Inspired UI)

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File manager plays a vital role in Android devices and this is one of the most needed things for you, if you want a complete control over your device files. If you haven't a suitable file manager or tool then managing files on your Android device can be a great difficulty.

There are lots of file management apps for Android device are available on Google Play But if you are looking for a simpler Android file manager then gFile is one of the most appropriate options for you.

gFile - An Amazing Android File Manager (Gmail-Inspired UI)


What is gFile?
gFile is a file manager Android app which is designed to make file management excessively simple for Android users. this app is specially designed for the all those Android users who just need to quickly and simply get to their files or folders without dealing with any puzzled settings on the way.

The user interface of gFile is perfectly inspired from the official Gmail app UI for Android. Each and every folder is inconceivably colour coded and designated with the first letter of the folder name.

gFile - An Amazing Android File Manager (Gmail-Inspired UI)

With the free version of gFile, you will be able to access the user-accessible storage. If you want to get root access then you will have to purchase the in-app pro upgraded version.


The app also displays permissions belonging to each item to the right. If you want to modify these permissions then just tap and hold down on the desired item, click on menu, and then simply tap Permissions option.

gFile - An Amazing Android File Manager (Gmail-Inspired UI)

When you will select a file, gFile will give you all the basic and usable options at the top such as copy, paste, selection, rename and cut. By the help of ‘+’ button which is located at the top-right you can create new folders. If you want to change the background themes then you can freely change (light or dark) from the option of the Settings screen.

gFile - An Amazing Android File Manager (Gmail-Inspired UI)


Overall we can easily say that gFile is really an amazing Android File Manager. It will not only save the time of Android users but it will also give them a quick access over their device.

Feel free to share with us through comments - What is your view about this Gmail-Inspired UI Android File Manager?

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4 comments:

  1. Its not surprising that we get to see new android apps uploaded and shared from the Google Play store. gFile seems to be one of those new apps I hardly know. The review of this app is impressive seeing that it can help for easy management of files and data. It would be pretty cool to try it first hand to see what its really worth!

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    1. Hiii....Sunday,

      Yehhh....Simplicity is the main attraction and important feature of this gFile Android File Manager app. most of the features are similar from other Android File Manager but this app is well known for the simple accessing and Gmail-Inspired UI.

      I hope you will like it after using once on your android device. Give a try and let me know - is it useful for you or not?

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  2. Nice review. gFile seems to be a great Android File Manager though i use ES File Explorer. gFile seems to be simple with its neat interface and easy to find tools. I will definintely want to try it on my tablet to experience first hand how great it is.

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  3. Thanks Nwosu for liking it.
    you use ES File Explorer it's great. gFile is much popular for its simplicity and Gmail-Inspired user interface. yehhh....you can use it. Try and share your experience :)

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