Every Windows-Explorer™ or MacOS-Finder™ user will love FileScout on his BlackBerry® device!

FileScout Core Features:

  • FileScout is a file system browser for your BlackBerry® (including hidden files)
  • Create directories, copy, move, rename, or delete files
  • Zip and Unzip files or complete directory structures with your BlackBerry® (no support for password protected zips) or browse the content of a Zip and extract only the required part(s)
  • Copy and delete complete directory structures
  • Open all media files (supported by your BlackBerry®)
  • Register additional file types with other (3rd party) applications (if supported)
  • Open files (like ini, xml, etc.) as plain text so you can edit, mark, copy, and paste text fragments of files that normally can’t be opened with your BlackBerry®. This can become very valuable when you receive email attachments that are not normally supported by your BlackBerry®
  • Delete pre-installed wallpapers, videos, and ringtones in order to free memory on your device (not supported on OS5 or higher)***
    Please note: once these features are deleted, the only way to get them back is to hard reset your device!
  • Display thumbnails for supported image files (if enabled in the options)
  • Search for files and directories on your BlackBerry® device
  • QuickFilter the current directory [no supported with Suretype or Multitouch Keyboard]
  • Send any file as an email attachment to your BlackBerry® contacts
  • Send/receive any file(s) via Bluetooth to/from an another device that support OBEX
  • Define list of favorite directories (as shortcuts)
  • Show details for files & directories [modification date, is hidden, etc…]
  • Image Viewer – browse though the images of a directory (incl. ‘Next’ & ‘Previous’ functionality)
  • Text Editor
  • Resize (& rotate) images in order to save time and money when sending photos to your friends via your BlackBerry®
  • Create audio playlists (across multiple folders)
  • eMail & SMS Archive Function
  • Drive Usage Information (see which directory will use how many disk space)
  • More to come? – is there really something you miss for a file manager application? If so, please let me know!

Download : www.emacberry.com

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