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iUnarchive Lite - Archive and File Manager with support for Dropbox, Box, Skydrive, SugarSync, WebDAV en FTP

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iUnarchive is a (cloud) file and archive manager.

Supported archives include zip, rar, 7-zip, tar, gzip, bz2/BZip2, LhA and StuffIt, including password support for zip, rar en 7-zip files. Parts of a multi part RAR archive have to be downloaded to My Files before opening.

When in 'edit' mode, the following options are available in My Files:

- Remove
- Move (to another folder in My Files)
- Create Archive (zip or 7z, optionally with password)
- Rename (if one file is selected)

iUnarchive is an extension to other Apps like Mail, Safari and iWork. Archives received or downloaded can be opened in iUnarchive with the 'Open in...' option. Files in the archive can be previewed and opened in other Apps or sent by email from within iUnarchive.

If an archive contains another archive, you can click on the nested archive and iUnarchive will open the nested archive.

File types that can be previewed in iUnarchive include JPG, PNG, GIF, XLS, DOC, PPT, PDF, RTF and iWork (Pages, Numbers and Keynote) files, but also a large number of text files and programming language source files which use syntax highlighting. Supported types include c, h, cpp, hpp, cs, html, css, js, java, php, py, rb, sql, xml, xsl and wsdl.

Use case:
You receive an email message with a password protected ZIP or RAR attachment containing a Word document. Clicking on the attachment in Mail shows an option to launch iUnarchive. Once launched, iUnarchive asks you for the password and shows a list of files. When you select the Word document, iUnarchive shows you a preview of the document and allows you to open the document in Pages on the iPad.

Files can be uploaded and downloaded with the following Cloud services:
* Dropbox (In App purchase)
* Box (.net) (In App purchase)
* Microsoft SkyDrive (In App purchase)
* Amazon S3 (In App purchase)
* Google Docs (In App purchase)
* WebDAV (In App purchase)
* FTP (including SFTP and FTP over SSL, In App purchase)

(Large) Attachments are directly accessible from within iUnarchive for the following Mail Services:
* Mobile Me
* Gmail
* Yahoo! (uses the Yahoo! API)
* Hotmail (POP3, so no folders)
* POP3

Files can also be downloaded from the Web using its URL.

What's New in Version 5.3.1

Our new iOS File Manager "Cloud Commander" ( features Drag & Drop and Large Thumbnails.

In Mountain Lion (OS X 10.8), archives stored on iCloud (in My Documents) are also accessible from iUnarchive for the Mac and vice versa.

New in 5.3.1:
- iOS 7 bug fixed: password protected archive
- iOS 7 bug fixed: music pause / play in lock screen
- multiple (different) Dropbox accounts bug fixed

New in 5.3.0:
- Fixed some iOS 7 compatibility bugs, like password dialogs that would not show the password field

New in 5.2.9:
- Improved FTP support (a.o. parsing of Microsoft directory listing)

New in 5.2.8:
- Uses oAuth authentication when adding a Box account

New in 5.2.6:
- Remove 'migrate' code which could cause problems when opening files from other Apps

New in 5.2.5:
- Archive contents are sorted alphabetically
- Box bug fixed in create folder / rename with file names containing spaces
- SFTP bugs in create / remove / move folder fixed
- On an iPhone running iOS 6, Create Archive no longer shows a black background

New in 5.2.4:
- Bug fixed with initial layout on iPad running iOS 6
- Improved preview
- Improved Dropbox login

New in 5.2.3:
- iPhone 5 full screen
- Improved support for Chinese or Japanese characters in IMAP folder names
- Limited support for simple Open Document files (Open Office odt, ods and odp)

New in 5.2.2:
- Directories are deleted recursively from FTP
- Cached folders in Dropbox show a progress bar while downloading

New in 5.2.1:
- Create Archive would not show the password twice when French was selected as display language
- Move files and folders within the same account no longer downloads files first for Dropbox, Box, SugarSync, Google Drive, WebDAV and FTP
- Movie player controls where not shown correctly on iPhone
- Google Drive (re)name improvements

New in 5.2.0:
- Added support for Picasa
- Added support for SugarSync
- Added support for Google Drive
- Thumbnail images for Dropbox, Box and Picasa
- Drag My Files or Cloud files view down to refresh
- Copy and move files directly between Cloud accounts
- Closing the Current Archive using the close button (x) from the home screen of iUnarchive clears all cached password
- Password box has 'unlocked' mode to support international keyboards
- Create Archive now requires the password to be entered twice
- New options in the iUnarchive section of the Preferences App to change default action and toggle use of custom PDF viewer
- S3 no longer shows duplicate folders

New in 5.0.3:
- Sky Drive upload fix
- small bug fixes

New in 5.0.2:
- iUnarchive would crash after copying a file to WebDAV, Sky Drive or iDisk
- A progress indicator is shown when extracting images
- The memory requirement for creating a 7z archive with iUnarchive is reduced

New in 5.0.1:
- Dropbox Cache Favorite Files (can be switched off in the iUnarchive section of the Preferences App)
- Email Dropbox file links (Edit mode, select files, action menu in the lower left corner)
- A dedicated PDF viewer with support for large PDF files, paging, fit page width or height and page thumbs (iOS 5)
- Swiping shows the next or previous photo
- Slideshow option in the photo viewer
- iPad master view can be collapsed (landscape full screen)
- A search box is added to the top of the files table in My Files and Cloud connections
- PSD files can be previewed (smart vector objects will not display correctly)
- Select multiple Music files to be imported
- Import from Gallery and Music to Dropbox directly with Cache Favorites Files
- Network traffic indicator in home screen (since restart and since iUnarchive was started)
- Touching the info view on the home screen (memory and data statistics) locks the current data view


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Customer Reviews

Good app...but crashes constantly on iPad 1

I use this app on my iPad to download, open, and hopefully view photos. I say "hopefully" because the app crashes constantly if you are viewing photos with file sizes larger than maybe 250 kb which means pretty much any photo. It crashes when they're even smaller than that many times. And that's with all the latest iOS updates installed, all open apps closed, and the iPad restarted and cold booted. In another words it's close to being completely unusable on iPad 1. At least for me. Most people would come on and just trash the app and give it a single star review. I'm not going to do that because I hope the app developer makes improvements to stabilize the app and get it where it is usable for people like me with older devices--or be frank with customers and just let them know the app won't work or is not compatible with iPad 1 (assuming it works on the other iPad versions). The app itself has a lot of great features, good design for the most part, and unzips files that a lot of other apps can't unzip. I just hope the developer makes the good aspects better and fixes the bad aspects--like the fact the app is practically unusable. If that happens I'll be back to update this review. The problem seems to be related to how the app manages the memory on the iPad.

Good for anything before Ios8

I've used this app since IOS6 and it has been a treat. However, the recent update in IOS8 must have had something because the 'download from a url' menu would not load. I can still play previous files I've saved in my storage. Please fix this.

Worthless to me

Load url screen freezes app. Can't do anything. Delete!

iUnarchive Lite - Archive and File Manager with support for Dropbox, Box, Skydrive, SugarSync, WebDAV en FTP
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: Utilities
  • Updated:
  • Version: 5.3.1
  • Size: 16.2 MB
  • Languages: English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

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