FileCase is a file manager for Nokia N9/N950 devices. It was already known as Filebox, but due to some copyrights problems now its FileCase

It has a lot of features included.

Some of them are:

  • Copy, move, rename, delete files and folders
  • Show hidden files and folders in device
  • Share files via email, bluetooth, facebook or any other service you have in your device
  • Custom clipboard (add files from anywhere to a list and paste them where you want)
  • Standar clipboard is also included
  • Bookmark you folders for fast access
  • Show Thumbnails for images and videos
  • Folder watcher (detect changes in current folder)

All files processes works in background, so you don't need to wait for it to keep working A progress indicator will be showed in header that can be pressed to cancel the current operation. When the process is done you will see a notification.

FileCase also support zip, rar, tar, tar.gz and tar.bz2 You can make new compressed files and you extract too. This process works in background too.

You have a Settings panel where you can:

  • Change theme style and theme color
  • Set screen orientation
  • Set the startup folder
  • Show/hide root filesystem
  • Show/hide hidden files
  • Show/hide thumbnails for images/videos
  • Change between standard/custom clipboard
  • Set date format
  • Enable cloud services
  • Set current language

Cloud support:

FileCase has full support for:

  • Dropbox
  • Google Drive
  • SkyDrive
  • SugarSync
  • Ubuntu One

Each cloud service has his own panel where you can browse all files and folders in your cloud. You have a transfers queue panel for each service where you can add files to upload and download Also, each service has his own settings panel.

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pijokela
no points
Quality Value

The DropBox login uses the integrated dropbox account handling and therefore doesn't work. Otherwise the application is great.

Quality Value

Used Filebox (the free version) for a long time and was never disappointed with its performance. This paid version is much much more excellent since it seamlessly integrates cloud services to the app, reducing the clutter with all the other individual cloud apps you would have to download. Totally worth the money if you rely on your phone as storage for your documents. :bd