FileExplorer Pro is a powerful file manager app on your iPhone and iPad. It can access not only local files, but also files on your computer, NAS and cloud storages. Transfer files among those locations. Stream movies and music to your iPhone/iPad. Directly view and manage documents, photos, files without iTunes sync.

* Access network shares on macOS, Windows, Linux, Time Capsule, NAS via SMB/CIFS protocol.
* Access WebDAV Server, FTP Server and SFTP Server
* Access cloud storages: Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, Box and iCloud Drive.
* Access Sandisk iXpand Flash Drive (Lightning USB Drive).

* Automatically discover comptuers, NAS and FTP server when you setup new connections.
* View, copy, move, rename and delete your files right on iPhone/iPad.
* Stream movies and musics from network shares and cloud storages to iPhone/iPad.
* AirPlay photos, musics and movies on Apple TV.
* Sort files by name, date, size etc.
* Search files by file name.
* List and grid view.
* Zip and unzip files
* Distribute configurations via MDM (Mobile Device Management).

* Document editing:
Directly create and edit plain text in the app.
Use document picker extension in iWork and Office apps to open file from network share and save it back after editing.

* File Transfer:
Copy files among network shares, cloud storages, iPhone and iPad.
Copy photos between iOS photo library and network shares/cloud storages.
Use file transfer extension in other apps for transfer files to network shares and cloud storages.
Nearby Devices: Copy files among iPhones and iPads over Wi-Fi.
Built-in FTP Server: Transfer files between computer and iPhone/iPad over Wi-Fi.

* Supported File Formats:
Photo: JPG, PNG, GIF, CR2, NEF, ARW, DNG etc.
Music: MP3, AAC, AIFF, WAV, FLAC, APE etc.
Music Playlist: CUE, M3U
Video: MOV, MP4, AVI, XVID, MKV, RMVB, WMV, FLV etc.

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What's New

Version 7.1.3

Bug fixes and stability improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5

342 Ratings

342 Ratings

Great integration with iOS files app


I find myself using this app more and more now. it works well with iOS 11 files app. I can now easily get files off my home NAS from many apps like Pythonista or Working Copy using File Explorers file provider feature. This pushes the app over the top for me and makes it something I use often to get copies of my current projects for reference while on a plane. I can move things around and back to NAS later if I make changes. It’s a feature set the Apple should provide but we all know they never will and would do a crummy job if they tried. FE is updated often and worth supporting because it’s a real tool for real work.

One App to Rule All the Files

Ric (the) Obscene

The industries in which I operate require the 'Rhyme of the Ancient Mariner' method of file management; files, files everywhere. FileExplorer Pro is the best app I have encountered for managing this neural network from my mobile device. The app supports webDAV, an incredible number of cloud-based file sharing services, ftp, sftp, several NAS-based storage file shares, and computer OS file shares. Configuration is quick and simple. It can accommodate custom configurations as long as you can supply the security information. The app is reasonably priced, and it can quickly become your go to tool for safely and securely getting files where you need them while on the go.

100 Photo Transfer Limit


Waste of $$, Discovered a 100 Photo Transfer Limit. I bought this app to transfer my photos to a NAS, but icon for File Explorer disappears from destinations in iPhoto after 101 Files are selected. This limitation was not specified in any App Store, in-app, or website documentation.

Update: Thank you for the Developer response. This resolves the issue for me by using the FE app instead of Photo Library. so I have edited my rating on your app. However, the limitation still exists when choosing File Explorer as a destination from the Photo Library app. This prevents me from copying single albums at a time.

Developer Response


FileExplorer doesn't have that limitation. Open FileExplorer and navigate to Photo Library, tap "Edit" button and select photos, then tap "Copy to" button. Of course, you can select photos as many as you want.



Skyjos Co., Ltd.
104.5 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© 2017 Skyjos Co., Ltd.


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