Files United is the ultimate file manager for your iPhone or iPad. Access your cloud services, enjoy your digital content and manage your files from one single app. Intuitive design and ultra-robust functionality will make Files United your daily companion.
ENJOY YOUR DIGITAL CONTENT
Enjoy all your digital content from just one app. The app gives you access to all your documents, images, music and videos. The document viewer and file manager supports most of the common formats, including:
-Microsoft Office documents
ACCESS YOUR CLOUD SERVICES
Seamlessly access remote files from your cloud storages, such as Dropbox, Drive, Box or SkyDrive. Files United File Manager supports the following connections:
TRANSFER FILES FROM YOUR COMPUTER
Files United is also available as a Mac App on the Mac App Store. As a Windows user you can access your PC files through SMB protocol. Via WiFi Connect you can manage your files on your iPad or iPhone through the Windows Explorer on your PC.
-Mac App from the Mac App Store
-Drag and drop from Mac to iOS
-Access Windows PC through SMB
-Manage content on iOS device through WiFi Connect
MANAGE YOUR FILES
Finding, navigating and managing files will become extremely easy. Besides undertaking standard file manager tasks, such as creating new folders, you can also zip and print files. The file browser supports the following file management tasks:
-Copying and moving documents
-Open in other apps for editing
-Zip and unzip
Files United is purely optimized for iOS 7. Therefore older iOS versions are not supported. Files United is a universal file manager app. You only have to pay once and can use it on your iPhone and Pad. Get Files United - File Manager and Document Viewer today.
For feedback please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or check our website www.filesunited.com
iOS 11 compatability
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Small improvement needed
Like the clean, sleak look overall. One thing though. I don't like the vertical colored line that denotes file folders, word, PDF, etc. I need to visually see a folder icon, PDF icon, etc. this may seem petty, but it's important for me. It helps me recognize things more quickly as I look for the folders and files I want to access. The slim vertical line makes me have to stop and think about what it is. Takes more time and effort that way.
Great Space Saver!
I'm a professional photographer, and with my new Olympus OMD E-10M camera, I can now shoot live with my iPad.
I also can download images as I shoot, which saves downloading time. However, my problem is space.
This allows me to download all my images to my iMac, and using Screens, I can remotely control my desktop.
Using this with its counter part on the iMac allows me to download and clear out my photo from my iPad, but I can use the program to review images and upload only those I wish to edit and FTP to my client.
I will be posting my workflow with my iPad on my blog in a couple weeks so everyone can benefit from hauling around a heavy laptop.
The images with the editors I use are just as good as Photoshop (actually, photoshop as a number of apps that uses the photo engine of the current Photoshop Elements.
So far, this is the best file manager I've found yet. However, I wish it had a slideshow image viewing feature.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.