EStrongs, the developers introduced their newest update for the aforementioned app, called ES File Explorer V3, which brings a major user interface makeover. The app now look much nicer , and in comes Holo aesthetics for more pleasant and cleaner visuals. Users can now swipe to the left and right to view different file directories, with the defaults being the local storage, LAN, and Cloud.
This version will update to the formal version on Apr.20
1) New UI
2) Support Multiple Windows
3) Send Files To Others By WiFi
4) Support Gestures(Drag, Zoom, Slide)
5) Fast Access
6) New Pictures, App Managers, Root Explorer...
7) Classic Theme
8) New Notification and Progress
ES File Explorer has been greatly updated braiga8iang it to version 3.0. This popular management app update brings in new User Interface, Gesture Support, WiFi File Sharing, and many more. Conspicuously missing is swipeable tabs and slide-out navigation bar. The fowling is the complete list of the updates that now feature in version 3.0.
• Press menu for fast access
• New Picture,
• Multiple Windows
• Gestures such as Zoom, Drag, and Slide.
• New User Interface
• WiFi File Sharing
• Classic Theme
• Root Explorer,
ES File Explorer has remained popular for long period of time in spite of the high competition with regard to utilities of file management on Android. Users have always wanted to see a refresh on the app's User Interface. This new look is better as compared to the older version of this application. Those who are not comfortable or happy with the new look can revert to the old classic theme.
Link: Google Play Store
The Google Glass Explorer edition is said to be coming out before the month ends, according to ABC News. This will give people an opportunity to better decide whether or not they'll need the Google Glass and to try its features from stores and showrooms. However, for those who want to own this special piece of gadget, be prepared to pay $1500 to be one of the first people to own it. Eventually, if a bigger demand for the Google Glass emerges, then the price might possibly go down a little.
First Google Glass owners will surely not be disappointed; since Google has made sure that the initial shipment of glasses has been manufactured in the US. Furthermore, there is no information yet about who gets to have the glasses first-developers or non-developers. We can't wait to hear more of actual Google Glass reviews from developers and non-developers alike and here's to hoping that it will become available at a significantly lower price in the very near future.