Catch documents from PC or Mac via USB cable or WIFI, email attachments, Dropbox and FTP and save it on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad locally. Now it also is iCloud enabled
Use iTunes file sharing to transfer files directly to your device via USB cable and WIFI.
Access, view documents and upload from/to Google and Dropbox
Download and upload document via FTP
Sync your documents using iCloud
File Manger supports PDF, MS Office, iWorks and the most common file types.
File Manager Features:
- Built-in viewer supports PDF, MS Office (Word, Excel and Powerpoint) and Apple iWork (Keynote, Pages and Numbers) files, HTML, RTF, TXT, PNG, JPG, GIF etc
- Zip and unzip files
- Create folders and sub folders
- Move files from one folder to another
- Send your files to / Open your files in other apps, e.g. pages, numbers, etc.
- Save files from emails using the open in feature
- TV / VGA out
- Print documents from Document Manager on iOS 4.2 or later
- Email files to Your Colleagues or Friends directly from File Manager App.
- Transfer files to iPhone, iPod or iPad
- Zoom PDFs and other documents
Update for iOS8
Ratings and Reviews
Since the 9.3.5 software update. This app is doing a lot better, then it was last time. I think this app deserves a 5 star rating. And I will enjoy it more until a update!
For this application is released 👍.
Confusing layout, failed to correctly access my FTP files below the first directory, then crashed after about 30 seconds. No thank you.
Needs some polish
Been trying to find a decent little file manager and have tried out several of them including this one. All i've been looking for is something to manage txt files. I haven't used any of the advanced features because i don't need them.
The ability to create folders and rename and move files is great (some of the others app don't let you rename). Text is of decent size and font is easy to read. Files include meta data like creation date.
So far the one glaring issue is lack of sorting files. Primary should be file name but options to sort by date would be nice. Files currently do not sort at all, not even alphabetically. If there is a way, then it isn't intuitive enough to figure out.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.