Update to Solid Explorer Beta brings media streaming via cloud services

Update to Solid Explorer Beta brings media streaming via cloud services
An update for the beta version of Solid Explorer has silently rolled out during the past weekend, and, unsurprisingly, brings along new features, most prominent of which is the ability to stream media from Dropbox, Box and Google Drive.

Along with the ability to stream media from popular cloud storage services, the 1.3.8 Beta version also introduces a number of fixes and stability improvements:

’’-status bar
-special bit flags for file permissions (root only)
-fixed freezes when transferring over ftp
-fixed a bug causing the files to be deleted instead of moved
-quick config popup under jump action
-ability to stream media from Dropbox, Box, Google Drive and ZIP files
-fixed some issues related to media streaming
-manual toggle for system remount (root only)
-stability improvements
-minor bug fixes’’

If you haven't checked out Solid Explorer yet, well, you should, as it's one of the most competent file managers available on Android devices. Not only Solid Explorer introduces two independent panels to make file management on mobile devices effortless, but the app is also packed with heaps of additional features to make your life easier.

Solid Explorer Beta
The file manager can handle a variety of formats such as ZIP, TAR.GZ, TAR.BZ2 and RAR archives, and support for FTP, SFTP and SMB/CIFS clients is also on board for users who need access to their content remotely. Needless to say, fundamental tasks like cut, copy, rename and delete are handled with ease thanks to the intuitive and clutter-free interface.
Solid Explorer Beta - image 2

Even though Solid Explorer is still in development stage (thus the 'Beta' moniker), we've encountered no issues while testing the app on the Motorola RAZR i. You can grab the updated version of Solid Explorer as a free download via Google Play store.

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