Description

USB Disk lets you store, view and manage documents on your iPhone or iPad. It has an amazing built in document viewer and is very easy to use, with a simple and intuitive interface, yet it contains many powerful features. Drag and drop files in iTunes to transfer them to your iPhone or iPad, then view them anywhere!

TUAW - "USB Disk is [...] a nicely designed one."
Lifehacker - "The Best. USB Disk for iOS gives you a fast and easy way to transfer documents and images to your device."
Apple - "New and Noteworthy"


TOP REASONS TO BUY

• Access Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive and Box.
• Open and create zip files.
• Store and view files.
• Navigate using swipes (like Photos / iBooks app).
• Thumbnails let you preview your files.
• Copy, paste, cut, delete and create files.


MORE FEATURES

• View and download email attachments.
• Restores last viewing position.
• Full screen file viewer.
• CBR and CBZ file viewer.
• USB file transfers.
• Background audio.
• Slideshow with adjustable delay.
• Fast scrolling, page up/down functionalities.
• Email your documents.
• Lock code.


EXTENSIONS

• TV / VGA out.
• Connect to WebDAV servers.
• Edit small text files.
• Protect & encrypt files.


SUPPORTED FILE TYPES

• PDF files.
• MS Office documents.
• iWork documents.
• Pictures (jpg, png, gif, ...).
• eBooks (pdf, html, txt, ...).
• Audio files (mp3, m4a, wav, ...).
• Video files (m4v, mov, avi, mkv, ...).


UPDATES

Buy now and get free updates.

What's New

Version 2.6.0

• Optimized for iPhone X.
• Support for Drag and Drop (iOS 11).
• Improved audio controls while in the background.
• Stopped introducing new lines when saving text files.
• Added support for more picture types.
• Fixed problem when browsing Dropbox with VoiceOver.
• Fixed problem viewing files in iCloud under iOS 11.
• Many other small improvements.
Leave us a review on the App Store to tell us what you think about this update.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5

30 Ratings

30 Ratings

Quite handy

Randomc

I found this app to be quite useful. It acts as a file store that will hold any file, not just those that can normally be transferred via iTunes. It previews most file types, allowing documents to be read in full, images displayed, and audio played. It gives the option to open files in the appropriate app as well assuming an app is available. It can even send files via email.

I really don't understand the low scores given by many people, but they either didn't read the description of the app before installing it, or didn't bother to read the very simple instructions that are included as a document within the file list inside the app. Honestly people, learn to RTFM before claiming something doesn't work.

If the app was password protected or was able to lock files or folders with a password I would be extra happy with it. Using this on an iPad, the advertising, while large, doesn't get in the way of things. After all, this is a free file storage app, not an editing app, so screen real estate isn't at a premium.

OK I guess...

Private iPad

Now, I am not going to rate this app badly only because there are better alternatives - it does what it promises and that's nice - but, and this is a big but, it is completely unnecessary if you use DropBox. Since the time I got my iPad I only used iTunes bloatware once, and that was for the five seconds it took to activate the iPad. Since then I have uninstalled iTunes from my computer completely again (speeds it up considerably because all that iTunes baggage is not longer taking up processor time, bandwidth, and memory) and I simply use DropBox to sync everything... This USB Disk software still requires you to have iTunes wasting your desktop's resources, it still requires you to connect via USB while, with DropBox your iPad simply grabs all files you drop into your DropBox folder on your desktop, and the DropBox app takes only about 1/50 of the system resources iTunes does. So my opinion about this app: Go for it if wasting your system resources to iTunes bloatware doesn't bother you, but use DropBox instead if you prefer more freedom and convenience.

Me too application...

JBBevan

I may be missing something, but this doesn't do what I thought it did -- i.e. allow me to use the iPad as a USB storage repository by plugging it into any Mac (not!!) -- like the old iPhones used to be. And what it does do has been done by other applications for a long time -- before iPad. I've had Air Sharing for a long time which does this stuff wirelessly AND with drag and drop into iTunes. It costs money but doesn't represent itself to do what it doesn't do.

AND with Air Sharing I can wirelessly connect to ANY computer or MobileMe which I can't do with this one -- USB or no USB.

So i'm having a real problem figuring out the value-added for this app and WHY it is "new art." It's a Wanne Be that isn't as good as other apps doing the same thing --- OR it needs better instructions so I can appreciate it's virtues better.

Information

Seller
Imesart S.a.r.l.
Size
119.3 MB
Category
Productivity
Compatibility
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Languages
English, French, German, Russian, Spanish
Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© 2017 Imesart S.a.r.l
Price
$0.99
In-App Purchases
  1. Zip files support $0.99
  2. Dropbox access $0.99
  3. Google Drive access $0.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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