While this app is designed with phones in mind, it does work on tablets, as I tested it on an Adamcomb V3 Adam. It will run in portrait mode only, but it does fit the screen well. So what does this do? Nothing really new or exciting, but it does provide an easy to understand GUI. Once installed, you select from either phone, memory card, Dropbox, Picasa, and several other options. Clicking the arrow will give you an overview of files on the selected source, and how much is being used. What makes this app notable is the ability to do various functions which would normally take several apps to complete.
While functioning as a file manager, the app also provides functions such as backup/restore using cloud storage, and password protection for files. Backups can be scheduled on a regular basis, and also selected to only use Wifi. The graphical interface is very easy to use, with categories for music, photos, video, documents, and apps. Moving apps from memory to sd card is another feature included. Available for free from the Android Market, it is worth trying out.