Hi, Mi Fans
A lot of manufacturers are uploading their apps to the Play Store these days. That even includes Xiaomi, a company based in a country that doesn't allow the Play Store to be accessed. Now it's allowing users of other brands' devices to use its apps The company has just uploaded its explorer app, creatively named "Mi Explorer," to Google's app marketplace- The PlayStore, especially for Stock Android users and it's actually pretty nifty. After the capable Mi Calculator, now we have Mi File Explorer on the Play Store. The app is still in its beta stage.
Mi FileExplorer has a per-type categorization that lets you view all your stored images or videos or APKs or documents (and other types) regardless of which folder they're in. And like all file explorers, there's a search function and all the expected actions like renaming, moving, copying, deleting, sharing, and so on.
Mi File Explorer also has a couple of bonus features that you may not find on traditional file explorers. First, there's zip/rar archive support for compressing or decompressing. Then there's a built-in cleaner for getting rid of your phone's storage of cache files. And finally, there are a couple of options for wirelessly sharing files: Mi Drop for nearby devices.
So from now onwards even if you don't have a Mi device, don't despair; Xiaomi has enabled the best file explorer available in the world to be downloadable for all devices. The app is so helpful for Mi A1 users who wants to use the FileExplorer in stock android. Check it out on the Play Store and if the app isn't visible to you for whatever reason, you can grab it on APK Mirror.
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