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While browsing through Google Play in search of the best file archiver for Android, one should pay attention to many aspects of an app. Using this guide you can find an app that will satisfy exactly your needs.

All credits go to Mona Bigs from Visual.ly.

Source: Ultimate Guide to File Archivers for Android

Step 1: Check the Basic Data

A lot of info is actually present at the app's Google Play download page.

You should pay attention to the apps rating and reviews.

But if you're interested in real functionality, check for the number of supported formats.

Step 2: What Can It Do?

The tasks the app can cope with - the better. This way you'll be sure that it won't fail you in case of a difficult archive.

Step 3: How Fast Is It?

Need to unpack a lot of stuff fast? Consider the speed before the download.

Step 4: What Else?

It's always great to be able to do more then you originally expected. Some additional features will are always welcome.

Consider all these aspects in order to find the ultimate tool for you.

<p>This isn't a place to advertise products, all 6 of your instructable are about B1 file manager in one way or another. This a website for tutorials to help people, not a platform for advertisement.</p>
<p>In most cases you can replace B1 with any other app of that sort. It's not necessary to use this one. Here are some archiving and file managing tips that can help people. Not everybody knows them, actually.</p>

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