Access and organize files Source
Files, also known as Nautilus, is the default file manager of the GNOME desktop. It provides a simple and integrated way of managing your files and browsing your file system.
Nautilus supports all the basic functions of a file manager and more. It can search and manage your files and folders, both locally and on a network, read and write data to and from removable media, run scripts, and launch apps. It has three views: Icon Grid, Icon List, and Tree List. Its functions can be extended with plugins and scripts.
Adaptive since release 43. Not every dialog is adaptive yet, see screenshots.
RatingMobile Fit: 5
Perfect - this app fits your phone screen just fine out of the box and works nicely with touch input!
Project status: mature
This project has been in development for a long time and is usually well beyond its 1.0 release. It should work fine.
✔ Every feature of this app can be accessed via touch screen, no mouse or keyboard needed.
✔ This app is (according to its appstream metadata or description) intended to be compatible with mobile devices.
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Programming languages: C
Build system: meson
AppStream Metadata URL: https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/nautilus/-/raw/main/data/org.gnome.Nautilus.appdata.xml.in.in