Ever wanted to monitor and manage your QNAP Turbo NAS with your iOS mobile device? The free Qmanager app is the perfect answer.

- iOS 8 or later
- QNAP NAS running firmware V4.0 or later

Major features of Qmanager:
- Monitor your system information, such as CPU usage, memory usage, system event info, online user…
- Check your download station, backup task info. You also can manage the download task or backup task remotely. You can pause or run the task.
- Turn on/off application services via Qmanager with one simple click.
- Check connection status or the current online users to prevent invasion.
- Restart or shutdown the Turbo NAS remotely.
- Use “Find My NAS” to let your NAS turn on the “Beep” sound.

What's New

Version 2.6.1

Version 2.6.1:
- Fixed minor issues.

Customer Reviews

2.6 out of 5

8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Background task crash

Abdulla 87

When I click on background tasks the app crashes

QNAP TS 451 (self upgrade to 4GB RAM) 4.3.3 QTS


Personally I’ve been rather HAPPY with Qmanager but admittedly not running VPN’s and running macOS Sierra (held off on AFPS filesystem) but ready for the H265 “takeover” and need for CPU’s supporting hardware acceleration. Meanwhile this app has even been able to indirectly tell me we had power loss, to receiving QNAP warnings has been helpful in ways I didn’t even consider! Now SPEAKING of power loss, can you manage any QNAP server and do things like Check Filesystem on a mobile OS? I’m not sure? If so it’s not as obvious as I’d like. I’d like to run backup station to my hard back up remotely and haven’t done that either, but being able to use Download Station and even Container Station so I don’t even have to surf a father in law’s (IT guy) home WiFi and use my own at home for “everything” and can still have movies and shows ready to watch on PLEX on the guest room’s Smart TV while visiting on Christmas is pretty amazing and never gets old! I WOULD like option to pay for Dolby multichannel patents like we can to use ExFAT now? Qvideo or Qmedia is pretty much useless until we can unless I’m doing something wrong? I’m basically using 3rd party players like PLEX or InFuse the HAVE or even VLC (after iOS 9.3.3) and scratch my head how a freeware app was able to utilize Apple’s patent payment (of do “something”) to circumvent the issue of AC3 and DTS? I know this review went rogue and off topic but I thought we were PROMISED a transcode that would work on any device when I purchased and when support for Dolby Audio codecs were pulled in a deceptive Qvideo update I thought it would be the FIRST thing on the list and YEARS later I’m still without the ability to play a single DTS or AC3 (anything but AAC basically) multichannel video or movie without using an external player? Thank GOD you have supported and even expanded that list or I’d be stuck with PLEX only (love them btw) but always good to have alternatives. Just let us PAY for the codec support already?! GEEZ...

iOS 10.3.3 requirement met, still won't install


iOS 10.3.3 requirement met, won't install


QNAP Systems, Inc.
30.8 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© QNAP Systems, Inc.


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