Use this at your discretion. From my experience on dealing with computer illiterate folk, access to computer files results, most of the time, in missing system files. AndroZip can be used as a regular file browser. Using it, you will be able to see an modify the entire file structure.
AndroZip lets you archive one or more files into a single ZIP archive. Not only that, but you can also perform regular file operations, such as copying, moving and deleting.
The app also features an app backup function. You can view a list of your apps and backup any number of them in a folder which cannot be accessed by AndroZip. To restore backed-up apps, you will need to access them from a different app. Your implicit system apps can handle that.
AndroZip is also supposed to access the active processes list, a thing that it fails to do. As far as I noticed, AndroZip can only spot its one single process, a fairly useless thing.
This brings me to the design decisions. Selecting more files can only be done by selecting a menu item, then selecting the file operation, and then finally tapping on multiple items to add them to the selection, which is somewhat the reverse of how you would do things. Also, checkboxes can get behind the scrolling area on some screens. As this issue manifested, I was unable to select multiple files as I was only jump-scrolling whenever I tried to check a box.
- Zip Compression
- App backup
- Process viewer (doesn't work)
I rather dislike AndroZip. The primary function works, but everything else is either underdeveloped, ugly looking, or both. If you want to archive files on your mobile phone once, you can use this app without much hassle, but I don't recommend it as a permanent resident on your SD drive.