Many are the new features introduced to Android by the 6.0 Marshmallow update. Many of them we’ve talked about already – Android’s latest release brings better control over app permissions, improved power management, native support for fingerprint scanners and the USB Type-C connector, as well as enhanced search features powered by Google Now on Tap. But for every major Android 6.0 feature, there’s probably a dozen minor ones that we may have not mentioned yet. One of these minor features is the new, built-in file manager.
Yup, there’s a file manager build into Android 6.0, and even if you’ve updated your device already, you might haven’t even noticed its presence. That’s because it isn’t launched your app drawer. It wouldn’t have been fun if it was that obvious, would it?