Android may be able to read and write FAT partitions, but it can't write to NTFS - nor can it read or write HFS+ partitions.
That's a growing problem for those using Android devices in conjunction with Windows or OS X based computers.
As thumb drive capacities increase, it makes increasing sense to format them as NTFS or HFS+, but what happens when you want to use that storage device to transfer collection of music files from Windows to an Android tablet, or from an Android-based PVR to a Mac.
Paragon Software's NTFS and HFS+ for Android fills that gap.
According to company officials, it has been successfully beta tested by nearly 50,000 users.
The drivers provide full read/write access, and an included app allows NTFS and HFS+ partitions to be mounted like any other.
The officials claimed there is no performance degradation when transferring data, and there is no additional limit on file or partition sizes.