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(Credit: WinZip Computing)
Most Android phones now come with software packaged (via the phone manufacturer) that allows you to unzip files. It can be a little clunky, though, or limited to certain file types. Cue WinZip for Android, something that we have to admit we never even imagined. It allows you to open and view zip files containing images, text, documents, spreadsheets, PowerPoints and PDFs, as well as copy and paste them into other applications, such as email. It's easy to use, so if you're unhappy with your phone's native zip handling, then give it a shot.