FE File Explorer is a powerful file manager app on iOS. Now, we bring it on macOS. It can access files on FTP, SFTP, WebDAV servers and network shares. Transfer files among those locations. Stream movies and songs to your Mac. Directly view and edit documents, photos, files on remote locations without downloading.

* Access network shares on macOS, Windows, Linux, NAS via SMB/CIFS protocol.
* Access WebDAV, FTP and SFTP Servers
* In-app FTP server: A simple FTP server for file transfer between FE File Explorer iOS version and macOS version.

* Automatically discover computers, servers and NAS when you setup new connections.
* View, copy, move, rename and delete files
* Stream movies and musics from network shares, servers to Mac.
* Transfer files between network shares, servers and Mac.
* Transfer files between nearby iPhone, iPad and Mac.
* Sync files between macOS and remote locations.
* Search files by file name.
* Dark Mode
* Support both of single panel and dual panels

* Photo Gallery: JPG, PNG, GIF, CR2, NEF, ARW, DNG etc.
* Music Player: MP3, AAC, AIFF, WAV, FLAC, APE etc.
* Music Playlist: CUE, M3U
* Video Player: MOV, MP4, AVI, XVID, MKV, RMVB, WMV, FLV etc.
* Unarchive: ZIP, RAR, 7ZIP, TAR
* Archive: ZIP

===== CONTACT US =====
Twitter: @SkyjosApps
Facebook: @FEFileExplorer

What’s New

Version 3.1.1

Fixed an issue that the app cannot copy big file (more than 4GB) to SFTP server.

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
121 Ratings

121 Ratings

Al X & R ,

hands down excellent

Very fast networking, very fast UI, very fast image viewer. No frills, just functionality. I can't understand how Apple's own networking and file utilities can be so clunky and unreliable while this third party's file explorer so efficient, lightweight, and to the point.

karlostjackal ,

Unable to Quit at First Launch

At first launch, app requests a folder for it to store downloaded files. There is no way to do anything else without giving it a folder - even command-Q fails. The only option is to force-quit. This is not what I expect from a professional app.

There is no reason to require a download folder since the Mac comes with one for each user automatically. If a user doesn't provide one, the app should ask for a download location each time a download is requested. And if a user only ever uploads stuff, there's no need for a downloads folder.

Shawn.S.Smith ,

Write access for an external drive

Long story short, I purchased a Seagate USB drive, left it NTFS for the win box, hooked it up to my router, and wanted to also backup files from my Mac to it. Could not write to the drive, but this great free app does, thanks!

App Privacy

The developer, Skyjos Co., Ltd., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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  • Family Sharing

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

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