File Manager Pro is the best app to download, organize and view all your files on your iPhone or iPad. It is like the Windows Explorer on your PC or the Finder on your Mac. You can always have your documents right at your fingertips.
DOWNLOAD & SYNCHRONIZE
You can download your files from your computer using iTunes or open documents directly from Email. In addition, File Manager Pro connects to a large variety of cloud services, such as Dropbox or Box.com. With iCloud you can seamlessly synchronize your content on all your iOS devices. Download features include:
-Open from Email
-Open docs from other apps
MANAGE & ORGANIZE
The intuitive user interface is amazingly simple and makes organizing your content just a breeze. The app combines traditional file browsing with a truly touch enabled experience. The path view feels just right for navigating through your files. In detail the app has the following features:
-Create new folders
-Mark favorite files
-Copy and move documents
-Open files in other apps
-Zip and unzip
READ & VIEW
File Manager has an extremely robust document viewer for files such as PDFs and Microsoft Office documents. You can also view images, play your mp3s or watch videos with the in-built players. In addition, you can password-protect File Manager Pro, so that your documents can only be viewed by you. In total, the app supports the following formats:
File Manager Pro is a universal app, so you only have to pay once and can enjoy it on your iPhone as well as iPad. Get file Manager Pro today. It is simply the best file manager for the iPhone and iPad.
Updates regarding photo viewer and Video player
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Don’t waste your money
I downloaded this app because Apple, for some reason, doesn’t want users to organize their files the way that they would like to. I was so frustrated that I am unable to create my own folder in the “Files” app that I sought out a third party option. I typically rely on One Drive, but when I need to work offline, I want to be able to have my files organized in a logical way. This app organizes well, however, in order to work on a document, it opens it as read only first, then I have to save a copy elsewhere (you can’t save a copy to File Manager Pro), then you have to copy it back to File Manager Pro and then delete the original. I don’t understand why I can’t just open a file, work on it, and then save it like I would on a computer. It was a waste of $5. I am probably just going to buy a Windows Surface again. I gave Apple a shot. An iPad is a glorified video and book reading machine. I shouldn’t even have to download and pay for a third party app to do a very basic function like organize files.
User help 5 years old, grossly incomplete, does not do everything advertised
I bought this to do ONE task, batch renaming. That is mentioned nowhere. I checked the website, which has a link to a third-party *five-year-old* tutorial. Needless to say, it does not work the same, and neither the developer’s website nor the tutorial mention batch renaming.
The “powerful” tools it includes are now built in to OneDrive, iOS 11, iCloud, etc. I don’t need to use an app to move images from iCloud to OneDrive — it is quite a bit simpler to do it from OneDrive itself.
It is not the loss of $4.99 that bothers me, but the waste of my time and the frustration of dealing with a product that the developers have not bothered with in years, coasting on reviews from when iCloud and OneDrive were less user-friendly.
I’ve been using it for at least 2 years, I think, it’s just the most convenient. WeChat sometimes cannot send to mail, I just open from here and send via mail. I have it on my iPad too. The best to present.
Every time the app asks me tho if I’ll rate the app, I’m always busy and choose later. This time, since I do have some time, I have to really rave about it and give it a 5 stars rating for saving me so many times, and so much time
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.