Astro File Manager Receives Update - Honeycomb Support And New UI

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    One of the most popular file manager apps finally received a much needed update. Astro now has a new look for mobile phones and all new support for Honeycomb devices. If you’re not rooted, then Astro has always been the go-to file manager to search through all of the files and documents stored on your SD card.


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    The new UI is great. Been playing with the update since I got it yesterday. Love the new launch menu.
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    I'm lovin' it!
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    Looks nice, has a great app backup and restore utility that would be awesome if it actually worked and didn't FC every time you try to run it.
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    Still inferior to ES imo.
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    I think it's the best, especially now that it has root and system r/w privileges. I also use SuperManager, but now that ES has system r/w, I'm not sure it's necessary. SuperManager seems more powerful, but it lacks a text editor and also LAN connectivity capability.