Remote File Manager allows you to directly access your files on remote computers (Mac, Windows, Linux), NAS and cloud storages (Dropbox, One Drive etc).
What's the major difference between Remote File Manager and other file apps?
* Streams remote files(docs, photos, movies and music) to your iDevice without doing file transfer.
* Manage your remote files right on your iPhone/iPad.
* Use CIFS/SMB protocol to access network shares. It doesn't require any additional software running on the server side.
Access Network Shares
Supported OS and devices: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Time Capsule, AirPort Extreme and NAS.
Access network shares by CIFS/SMB protocol.
Manage (copy/move/rename/delete) your remote files from iPhone/iPad.
Stream movies and music from network shares to iPhone/iPad.
Transfer files between network shares and iPhone/iPad.
Search remote files by filename.
Support network discovery and make connection setup easily.
Access Cloud Storages
Supported Cloud Storages: Dropbox, OneDrive and Box.
Access and manage your files on Cloud Storage.
Stream movies and musics to iPhone/iPad
Transfer files between Cloud Storage and iPhone/iPad.
Supported File Types
Support JPG, PNG, TIFF
Transfer photos between iOS Photo Library and network shares/cloud storages.
Share photos on Twitter, Facebook, Email etc.
Support majority video formats: MOV,MP4,M4V,MPV,AVI,XVID,MKV,RMVB,WMV,FLV etc.
Play Up to HD quality (1920 x 1080 pixels) for Quick Time media files (MP4, MOV, M4V, MPV)
Play up to DV quality (720 x 576 pixels) for other media files (AVI,XVID,MKV,RMVB,WMV,FLV etc.)
Support MP3, AAC, AIFF, WAV
Background, shuffle, Repeat play
Fast open large pdf file.
Support Outline, Bookmark, page thumbnails, annotation link etc.
MS Office: Word, Excel, Powerpoint
iWork: Pages, Numbers, Keynote
And more doc formats: plain text, RTF(Rich Text Format), HTML and Web Archives
Fix some bugs and compatible with iOS 16.
Ratings and Reviews
Very Handy Tool
I've been using this app for about a year and find it to be very handy for moving files around on my LAN. Their are lots of tools, lots of apps to do this and I use several but for simply getting a few files from one location to another, Remote File Manager works best for me. Setup was quick and straight forward (about 12 devices) and use is intuitive (if I can ever keep "upload" and "download" straight). The only nits I've discovered involved transfers to and from a couple of Epson Workforce AIOs and an apparent file size issue with the viewer.
All around, I'm a happy camper.
The best app since iCloud - or even better!
Absolutely essential app for storing, saving, managing, organizing, and especially transferring stuff on and between my iPads and desktop. On the desktop, a thumb-drive is all you need. BUT - on the iPads, there's no way to save or back up or transfer anything except by handing it over to the Cloud - or, by using an app like *Remote Files* to transfer them to a file-hub device and a regular thumb-drive! And, along the way, to save them in the app's built-in file system, for "further study". An indispensable app!!
This app has been great for browsing through folders of images, but lately it has started to behave strangely when scrolling through a folder where all the thumbnails are not yet built. It looks like it’s stretching the entries and jumping around. Basically, it doesn’t scroll smoothly any more, until all the thumbnails are built.
Data Not Collected
The developer does not collect any data from this app.
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- Jane Zhang
- 50.1 MB
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 11.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
- Age Rating
- © QuickApps
Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.