Total Commander for Android RC1 Available

By on August 25th, 2011 20:21 GMT

One of the file managers that might appeal a lot to all those who own devices running under Google's Android operating system is Total Commander, recently updated to RC1.

The mobile application was made available for download in beta flavors not too long ago, and comes Christian Ghisler, the same developer that released the desktop flavor of the application.

Of course, various other file managers already are available for download for users of Android devices, such as Root Explorer, ASTRO, and others, but Total Commander would easily stand up.

First of all, it is one of the most popular file managers on Windows computers, and those who already used it on their desktops will certainly want to try it on a mobile phone as well.

Secondly, the application comes with a wide range of features included into the mix, aimed at making the exploration of files and folders on an Android device a much simpler task than before.

This release of Total Commander for Android will expire on October 30th, 2011, but a new flavor of the application is expected to arrive in the meantime.

The application's developers notes that this is the fourth beta release that goes public, and that it comes with three updated plug-ins, which means that those who update will need to re-download them as well.

At the moment, the application was not made available for download via the Android Market, but the final release should land there.

Those who would like to try out the app should enable the installation of software from Unknown Sources on their devices. Total Commander for Android RC1 is available for download from here.

Additional info on the application and on how you can install it can be found on the developer's website here. You can also have a look at the release notes for the application, via this link.

Those who will download and install the new application release should also consider providing feed-back on any issues they might find, so that they would be resolved before the final flavor of the app is released. (via)

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