Owlfiles - File Manager 4+

Access SMB WebDAV FTP and S3

Skyjos Co., Ltd.

    • 4.8 • 8 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases


Owlfiles is a powerful file management app on mobile platforms and desktop platforms. It can access not only files on your macOS, but also files on your server, NAS and cloud. Stream movies and music to your Mac. Directly view and manage documents, photos on your server, NAS and cloud without downloading.

* Access network shares on PC, NAS via SMB protocol.
* Access NFS, WebDAV, FTP and SFTP services.
* Access Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, Amazon S3 and S3 Compatible Storages.

* Automatically discover servers and NAS when you setup a new connection.
* Stream movies and musics from server/NAS/cloud to your Mac.
* Add folders to favorites.
* Dark Mode
* Dual Panes

File Transfer:
* Copy and move files among NAS, cloud and macOS.
* Transfer files by drag and drop.
* Built-in FTP Server for file transfer.
* Nearby Drop: Directly transfer files between Mac and mobile devices.

Features of Owlfiles Pro
* Create unlimited connections with your computers, NAS and cloud storages.
* Sync connections to all your devices.
* Sync files between macOS and server/NAS/cloud storage.
* Batch rename files.
* Use Owlfiles on your mobile, desktop and TV platforms.

If you purchase Owlfiles Pro, your payment will be charged to your credit card through your iTunes account. Owlfiles Pro subscription: $2.99/month, $17.99/year. Price may vary by location. Your subscription will automatically renew unless canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. After purchase, manage your subscriptions in App Store Account Settings.

Privacy Policy: https://www.skyjos.com/owlfiles/privacy.html
Terms of Use (EULA): https://www.skyjos.com/owlfiles/terms.html

===== CONTACT US =====
Email: support@skyjos.com
Twitter: @SkyjosApps
Facebook: @SkyjosApp

What’s New

Version 13.1

Improves file synchronization.
Supports Box 2FA login.
Bug fixes and stability improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

RichTeatime ,

First impressions: Best App for viewing NAS photos

I’ve got millions of photos on a NAS. When using Files, or the manufacturer-supplied App for viewing photos on there from my iPad is just painfully slow.
Using this File Manager suddenly makes the experience easy. It’s easy to find the NAS shares, sort the folders in multiple ways, and then switch between a list and a gallery, but the key factor is that thumbnail generation is really quick, and it doesn’t seem to paralyse performance on the iPad whilst doing it.
There’s a “pro” mode you can upgrade to, but the Free version seems to have everything that you absolutely need and it’s not too naggy about upgrading, like many other apps.

rsinklair ,

Good features, seems reliable

This provides a great way to save photos etc from my phone directly onto the USB storage built into my home internet router (a FritzBox ), from where we can access them from other laptops etc.

To do the file transfer is not as intuitive as it could be: e.g rather than using the usual iOS ‘Share/Forward’ icon when viewing a photo, you have to go into the FE app, look in the Browse area and choose the ‘Edit’ option.

Please note that the free version only permits access to one network share, but that is fine for many people’s needs:)

Dan Stanciu ,

Good app, but can become better

I've used this to transfer files to my local FTP server and it was working as expected.. up until the new L&F and name change. A few things I've found recently, mostly useful for the devs:
- FTP transfer speeds are wrong. I can see photos or videos copying quickly, yet the reported transfer rate is under 1KBps
- Low impact: my target drive had become full, yet the copying stopped with no error (this was an FTP upload operation). Can we report the appropriate error when this happens?
- Enhancement request: I always copy files from a cetain date in the past to the most recent one (sorted alphabetically). To select the files I want, I nees to select the first one and keep swiping my finger left and right at the bottom of the screen so the viewport scrolls and files are selected. Needless to say this is quite tedious when dealing with lots of files. Could we add a feature allowing users to pick the first file and the last file, and select everything in between? "Right-click, select to here"-kind-of-thing?

Thanks! Lovely app overall!

App Privacy

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