Total Files is the one stop file manager for iOS, with powerful PDF reader, cloud storage support and much more!
Total Files supports DropBox, Google Drive, OneDrive and iCloud Files and offers iOS Files app integration to download and upload to any cloud from any app!
You'll not need to install a separate app for each storage provider that you want to use from your device! Link all cloud accounts in Total Files and enjoy the full integration with iOS. For example, thanks to the iOS “Files” integration, you can directly save files to one of the cloud linked in Total, simply using the "Save in files” feature available in any apps on your device.
Virtual folders allows to group files that come from different sources (cloud or local).
The Spotlight indexing of all local contents allows to immediately find and open the file you're looking for, without opening the app!
Our powerful PDF viewer offers annotation capabilities and automatically recognise common shapes and gestures to highlight paragraph
- iOS 11 Files app integration for ALL clouds linked to the app in read write mode.
- Supports Dropbox, GDrive, OneDrive, iCloud services for remote file storage.
- Search between all contents in the app and in the linked cloud storages thanks to the advanced search
- Compression and decompression features (zip)
- Spotlight indexing
- PDF editor with annotation, shape recognition
- Simultaneous linking of multiple Cloud accounts and management of folders shared with other users.
- Bookmarks and history management.
- URL autocomplete
- Quick search bar, and enhanced search within all cloud and local files.
- PIN to hide and secure folders.
- Multi-tab browser
This is a Major update especially for iPadOS users: we introduced multi windows support so that you can now open two or more windows of Total Files and drag files between them and other apps!
Other new features:
- Thumbnails are now shown for more kind of files
- Added QuickLook support: by selecting a file you can swipe to view the subsequent one. Also you can now draw an images.
- During downloads from cloud, NAS or other sources a placeholder of the file is now shown in his final destination folder with an inline progress
- Performance and bug fixes
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Reliable, But With a Big Problem, Now
I’ve had this app for a while now, and it has been wonderful. It has done all I needed it to do efficiently and effectively. However, as of the update that changed the interface, playlists no longer repeat. If you have a playlist set to loop, it will return to the first song of the playlist, and begin repeating that one song over and over. It is far from the worst thing to happen, but it is inconvenient to need to click back to the beginning for the loop to resume, especially if you are doing something that demands you not turn away to your phone, such as driving, mowing, working with tools, or anything else.
Until they fix this problem, it is difficult for me to recommend this app for music, although it can still be used for that. The app is also good for storing PDFs and other such files. The developers and their app have been reliable and good enough in the past to warrant downloading the app free, first. If you enjoy it, keep it. If you do not, and you haven’t bought it yet, you’re not out anything. I hope to see improvements, designers, I really did like your app.
Love this app! One problem though
I got this app a couple of years ago when I wanted to listen to music. It's been pretty reliable and dependable when you can shuffle and repeat entire playlists you made. This might be a small gripe, but that is what I'm on about; the latest update won't let me repeat an entire playlist, only the song that I just heard. Plus the shuffling of the songs, let's say you pick the last song in the group, when it ends you'd expect it to pick a random song from the list. In this update, the last song on the list is the last song on the list; you need to manually start the playlist over. It's like I said, a menial gripe but I would think other people who use this app would appreciate this small change.
Bug that doesnt let downloaded files save to folder
The app has some bug that effects its downloading feature. If a video file has been set on download and if you put mobile on sleep mode or you open other apps ,if the total files app will crash and restart itself as it happens on iphone etc due to less free space many apps crash and restart on their own, in case of total files the file that was put on download will resume its downloading from same spot where app had restarted on its own and will contiue to download but when entire file will be download file wont get saved to folde.r normally when files r fully downloaded the transfers page shows right tick next to downloaded file but in this bugs case which effects when app had restarted itself that file will be fully downloaded and circle will show 100pc but 100pc qont be replaced by tick and file would not be saved to folder and entire data will be lost. Please address this issue.
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Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.