Auto-Move Organises Downloaded Files For Android

Auto-Move Organises Downloaded Files For Android

Android: You’ve probably noticed how easy it is to misplace downloaded files on Android. Auto-Move lets you create download filters so you can automate file organisation.

Set the source path, or set the filter to search all files for the file type. Then set the destination path. Once you do that, just type in the filter, let Auto-Move know whether you’re filtering by file type or file name, and tell it to copy or move. Once you’re done, test it out by downloading a new file and seeing where it ends up. If you’re confused, walk through the steps with the above video. It’s pretty quick and easy to use.

Auto-Move’s free version gets you one filter. You’ll have to fork over $1.41 to have multiple filters and backup features.

Auto-Move Free [Google Play Store via WonderHowTo]

Auto-Move Paid ($1.41) [Google Play Store]

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