File Manager HD, as the name implies, has a wide variety of high-tech capabilities. The ability to stream movies and images from cloud storage without downloading them directly to your phone is one of them. The fact that it works seamlessly with cloud storage is another. As a file manager, it does its job, but there are many other reasons to give it a try.
A lot of features to manage with, and manage
The file manager also allows you to compress and decompress zipped archives, and transfer files to and from a desktop over WiFi. It's very feature-rich, beyond just capturing the fundamentals. Unfortunately, the experience is occasionally marred by bugs: certain updates, for example, have hampered the ability to write to the SD card. This is usually fixed quickly, however.
Simple and effective
Overall, File Manager HD mimics the default file manager where it counts most, and spreads its wings where more features are desperately needed. Especially given how multiple operating systems have slimmed down their own file managers or at least no longer improve them, File Manager HD fills a valuable niche, and it does it well. Give it a try if you use any of the services it's compatible with, or have any files that need moving from PC to desktop.