No. 1 App for file upload/download on iPhone/iPad! Most secure file download/upload tool for business and professional users.

Supported features include:

1. Download files from your iCloud Drive. Save local files to iCloud Drive.
2. Upload/download files to/from FTP/SFTP/FTPS servers.
3. Upload/download files to/from DropBox, Box, OneDrive, and GoogleDrive (Pro Version)
4. Support both user name/password and Private Key authentication for SFTP. Support both PPK and PEM keys. Support importing keys from/exporting keys to iCloud Drive under iTransfer/keys folder.
5. Email files.
6. Manage files, including adding a folder, searching, renaming, moving or deleting files.
7. View supported files, including: PDF, DOC, EXCEL, PPT, image files, TXT, etc.
8. Open files using other Apps through “Open in”.
9. Play photo slideshows.
10. Support launching with a password.
11. Print documents.
12. Share photos on Facebook, Twitter and Weibo.

With its simple interfaces, iTransfer provides the easiest way to transfer files on iPhone and iPad.

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What's New

Version 8.05

1. Updated App icon.
2. Bug fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

3.2 out of 5

6 Ratings

6 Ratings

Fine for some things, awful for others


I was able to setup and use the app pretty quickly, but there are a few problems. The biggest (and the one that made me delete the app) is that I don't want to listen to the music I've downloaded in this app. In fact, I *can't* listen to a lot of it without moving it -- the app doesn't support .flac format. To move music to the app I prefer, I have to a) move each file individually, and b) since it transfers me to the target app, I have to reopen iTransfer to move the next file.

In the meantime, if I'm still downloading other files, it doesn't just pause the transfers -- it marks them as "failed" and each has to be restarted individually.

After a couple dozen times switching from one app to the other with every song, with a few hundred to go, not to mention the upgrade ad popping *every* time I went back to iTransfer, I gave up.

Works great


I had a problem where I no longer had access to a laptop that had all my original files that I uploaded to my Ipad. Using Itransfer, I was able to port things over along with using the Dropbox app/website. I would recommend you use Dropbox as it is also free along with Itransfer and more importantly is incredibly fast to setup as there isn't anything technical other than creating your account.

Crashes every time


I add my personal sFTP and tried to connect with it. It says loading then crashes every time. The app is just not stable to do what it says it does. I'm using the app on the latest iOS update on a 32GB iPhone 5s which is a day old. I'm just glad I didn't spend any money on this app what so ever.

Also when setting up a server you have to guess what information it wants at what spot because they use little icons to represent what they want in the boxes where if they only had the word PORT or IP would make it easy. It's not like those words would take up to much space. I know they want to make the UI look nice but go with a simple look first with a WORKING app.


ComcSoft Corporation
52.1 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© ComcSoft


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