It seems rather surprising how this news comes to us, but we surely find it worth reporting as it is another ray of hope for all those loyal Windows Phone 8 users who have stayed put with Microsoft and Nokia’s efforts to improve it when other mobile operating systems like iOS and Android were eating away the market from them. Microsoft has set up a feature suggestion program in which anyone is free to participate and as a matter of fact when someone did he got attended to with a good news for all Windows Phone 8 users. The reader had submitted a request for a native file manager in Windows Phone 8.1 and got a reply from the Windows Phone team that the request has been completed, meaning we might see the feature in the next update to the OS. Have a look on the Snap of the original thread below.
Built-in file manager will help Windows Phone 8 take on iOS as you might know that iOS also doesn’t have a native file manager, though the flexibility that Android offers is still out of the question. The other big edition to the Windows Phone 8 should be A Unified Notification Center but lets take things one at a time for now. Also let us know what are your views on this latest addition to Windows Phone 8 in the comments section below.