S3 Manager for AWS S3 (Amazon Web Services’ Simple Storage Service) is the simplest way to connect to your S3 buckets and to upload, download and view files on your mobile device.
- View images, documents, and play videos and audio files
- Download files to your Photo library and to the Files app
- Upload files from your Photo library and from the Files app
- Upload multiple photos from your Photo library in parallel
- Save connections for easy access
- Connect to any S3-compatible service
A large number of file types can be viewed in the app:
- All standard image formats, plus many RAW camera formats
- Play video and audio files
- All document types supported by iOS can be previewed
You can connect to any S3-compatible storage service, including any that you run on-premise. All you need is the service’s URL to connect to, which you can enter in the connection settings.
To easily share a file, you can copy its URL with a tap of a button. For files that are not public, you can copy a unique URL that is valid for 24 hours.
When you save a connection, S3 Manager stores the connection credentials in the device's Keychain, a secure storage with built-in encryption that is managed by the device's operating system (iOS). Your credentials never leave your device, and no other app on your device has access to them.
To further improve security, you can enable authentication to protect your saved connections from unauthorized access. When authentication is enabled, you are prompted to complete Touch ID (or Face ID, if available) when you open the app.
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This update fixes a bug in which some types of files could not be selected for upload.
Ratings and Reviews
Almost what I want
It connects to my buckets, good.
I can download and push and list and create prefixes etc, good.
I can download files and see them in my “On my iPhone” section in files, ok.
I can’t browse my buckets in files. It looks like the integration for files is based on storing files in the apps documents section and then enabling file browsing.
What I need is an app that uses FileProvider extensions to browse my buckets in the Files app without having to download the files in the app that actually connects to s3. This is not that. For $1.99 maybe it’s probably good enough. Certainly cheaper than spending the time to build an app myself. But still not what I need.
Works but not 100%
This works but it is very slow. Also I have trouble getting it to work with large videos over 8 minutes long. It just seems to timeout or something. That being said it works better than anything else that I’ve tried.
Developer Response ,
Thanks for your review! I spent a lot of time trying to improve the speed of video uploads, but unfortunately the underlying libraries have severe performance issues that prove impossible to overcome. I am holding out for AWS and the React Native ecosystem to release updated versions of those libraries that at least provide an option to customize the relevant integration points, but for the time being, things are generally slow for larger video files. Smaller files work fine, and large ones require patience but succeed eventually.
If you have experienced slowness in other areas of the app, please get in touch and provide more details so I have a chance to improve it.
Can’t upload videos
Videos recorded on my phone always fail with a vague error message but seems to work for photos. Sometimes app is buggy and not helpful when it runs into issues.
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- Philipp Gebauer
- 22.3 MB
- Requires iOS 10.3 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 10.3 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 10.3 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- © 2020 Philipp Gebauer
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.