There are numerous cloud storage options available, but given that we’re all using Android phones, it stands to reason that Google’s cloud storage option has some of the best integration with the operating system and its apps. I’m a big reader, so I keep my e-books on a local drive, but I also keep my staples in the cloud so that I can easily access them regardless of which reading app I’m using at the time.
It’s rare that an Android app doesn’t support Drive if it also supports other cloud storage services. Furthermore, with the Drive app installed, you won’t need to rely on other apps that have built-in connections to Drive. Overall, Drive is one of the most convenient cloud storage services for Android users, and because it’s an app that many of us rely on every day, it’s easily one of the best apps of all time.
Solid Explorer File Manager
There are numerous file managers available on the Play Store, and Solid Explorer has managed to remain one of the best. This app is useful not only on Android TV and Chromebooks, but also on Android phones and tablets. The number of features available blows our devices’ stock pre-installed options out of the water..
Solid Explorer includes built-in cloud storage support, including Drive, as well as archiving, which means you can easily open RAR files (perfect for those of us that collect comics archived as CBRs). There’s also built-in NAS and FTP support, as well as a slew of themes. Anyone can use the app for free, and if you want to unlock it, you can do so via an in-app purchase. Some functions are sold in pieces, but these are the more specialized options that most people will not use.