Total Commander just got updated today, and it became just a little bit less ugly than it used to be. The desktop file manager we all love has a mobile version as well, and, even if it wasn’t pretty, it did its job. Not it also got a nice makeover.

 

 

Version 2.6 is making an effort it bringing things to the Material side. It is far from becoming a good looking device, but it’s on its way there. The app has an overall dark UI and below you can see the entire changelog:

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  • Android 5: write to external SD-Card without root
  • New material design icons on Android 5 (configurable, also on older versions)
  • Larger default space between icons and file names (configurable)
  • Option to hide status bar also on phones with Android 4 or newer
  • Show all user buttons in grayscale when using new button style
  • Load JPG thumbnails from EXIF data (faster)
  • Create new folder in “Save as” dialog
  • Media Player notification: Small “x” button to close player

 

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The Play Store still shows the old screenshots, but you can install or update to see Total Commander in all of its new and improved splendor.

[googleplay url=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ghisler.android.TotalCommander”]

 

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