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Explore Marshmallow’s built-in file manager

There's no need for a third-party file management app with this clever Marshmallow feature.

A new feature of Android Marshmallow that was rather overlooked was the new file manager. Previous iterations of Android had you scrabbling around looking for your photos, downloads and app folders, seemingly scattered around your phone’s memory at random. This has now been corrected, meaning that the best app for organising the files on your Android phone is now no longer an app! You can find your files after a little bit of a search by heading first into your Settings. Then scroll down to Storage & USB, scroll further down to Explore, tap on that and you’ll find a list of everything currently saved on your device’s internal memory. It may still need some work, but it’s great that we finally have a native file manager to replace third-party apps from the Google Play store.