Windows Phone 8 has been adapting to user needs at a very steady speed and it is this day that another big achievement follows it. The Official File Manager is now a part of Windows Phone 8 and hence making it actually worth having an External Memory Card. The Application is styled in a usual windows phone fashion with a clean design and smooth functionality. Microsoft had recently enabled the APIs for file picker and file access for third party developers, and it was about time the company built its own app. The app is dubbed “Files” and can be used to access all the data stores on your phone and SD card. You can also use the app for browsing, searching or launching files. The file manager gives you the ability to share multiple files, create folders to organize your files, copy, move, rename or even delete your existing data.
Microsoft might include the “Files” app in its future Windows Phone update, but for now, you can head on to the Windows Phone Store (or the source link below) to download the application. Please note that the “Files” App is currently only compatible with devices running on Windows Phone 8.1, the update is scheduled to arrive in June and this is most likely to be already included with it.