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Is it possible to find redemption in the software world? Are users able to turn the other cheek after feeling betrayed? A month ago ES File Explorer introduced a controversial feature called Charging Boost that abducting your lock screen , showing advertising. Obviously the thing not like it much, and more than one has been passed to other applications such as Solid Explorer .
at this point we must recognize that developers ES File Explorer at least knew how to react and el Boost Charging disappeared just two weeks later, but the damage was already done. ES File Explorer now wants to forget all this misunderstanding, and to achieve has renewed its interface , otra Once
Cosmetic changes and a new home
With version change, jumping from 4.0 to 4.1, ES File Explorer We present a new interface something else to Material Design , but without going over. The top bar changes the tone of blue, the drop-down panel is larger and includes a header, many icons change and overall appearance is latest .
Beyond aesthetic, there is little change, except for the home screen , just open the application. Where once focused a lot of shortcuts to different tools and folders accesses now included a timeline with the new files in chronological order (for example, photos you’ve been taking in recent days) . In addition, shortcuts and folders merge, now appearing as colorful icons.
ES File Explorer 4.1.1 is currently deploying its update in Google Play among its users, but if you want to get the news and, you can descargar APK from APKMirror.
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In Engadget Android | ES File Explorer removes controversial Boost Charging
The news ES File Explorer renews its interface after the fiasco Boost Charging was originally published in Engadget Android by Ivan Ramirez .
June 20, 2016
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