B1 File Manager has become more functional with the v0.4.5 release. One of the major updates is the support of file sharing via the SMB protocol.
B1 File Manager v0.4.5 has introduced the possibility of SMB networks access and local Search option. However there is another unique feature about which the developers kept silence until today.
One of the major improvements in the latest versions of B1 Free Archiver and B1 File Manager is media library synchronization.
As we’ve mentioned in our previous post, Android 4.4 (Kitkat) limits the functionality of third-party applications in terms of writing to external SD card storage.
With the release of the latest version of Android OS 4.4 (KitKat), our support team started getting emails from B1 Free Archiver and B1 File Manager users complaining about a specific problem
Following the uprising popularity of Google Glass and Android Wear, B1 Free Archiver decided to become the first Android app to leave behind the graphic interface, limiting its users only to voice control
A comment feature in archives is not new. It is popular and really useful in case you are looking for some instructions or explanations to the archive or its contents.
One of the latest features in B1 File Manager – the cloud storages support – has attracted a lot of attention from many popular web-sites and bloggers.
Some time ago we were contacted by Jack Wallen, a famous tech writer specialising in Linux and Android. He had some question regarding our app and developing for Android in general.
Migrating to Linux can be a troublesome task. Finding programs that will suit you also requires some time. This is where The Linux Rain comes in!
A cross platform archive managing program B1 Free Archiver has won the NSA Security Award. This is a unique case because no organization or person has ever received this award since its very establishment.
B1 Free Archiver for Android has already conquered the hearts of many casual users and IT experts. And this time we have something new to be proud with.
New York, NY, 15 April 2014 – Catalina Group presents the updated version of its latest product, B1 File Manager.
Yes, it’s just what the headline says – B1 Free Archiver now officially has a YouTube channel!
As you might have noticed, today is April 2. Which means that yesterday was April 1.
Following the recent purchase of the virtual reality headset, the Oculus Rift, for $2 billion, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has laid further big buy plans regarding B1 Free Archiver.
New York, NY, 24 March 2014 – Catalina Group presents the updated version of its latest product, B1 File Manager.