This simple application allows view content of ZIP, RAR, gz, tar, tar.gz, jar, bz2, Z, 7z files (including password protected files). You also can preview content of files and email individual files from archive.
To view files:
- go to email with attachment;
- click on attachment;
- click "Open In.." button;
- select Zip Browser.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for feedback and support
- Get files from email attachments;
- search inside archives;
- access files through iTunes Sharing;
- save images into gallery;
- next previous button for file preview;
- send the whole zip file not just parts of it;
- open files in other applications;
- show/hide system files.
* PDF files;
* text files;
* Microsoft Word files;
* Microsoft Excel files;
* Open Office Files
Video: MP4, MPV, M4V, 3GP, MOV
Audio: MP3, WAV, M4A, AAC, CAF
Document: ODS, PDF, RTF / RTFD, DOC / DOCX, XLS / XLSX, PPT / PPTX, CSV, CHM
Text: HTM / HTML, TXT ...
Picture: JPG / JPEG, GIF, PNG, TIFF, BMP, TGA ...
- view OpenOffice files;
- support of archives from Viber application;
Ratings and Reviews
Can’t see any files in the zip file!
I took a risk and I feel really burned. I can send a zip file to ZipBroPro. When I tap on the file, it spins for a few seconds and then shows me a list of all of the folders inside the zip file. However, it doesn’t show any of the actual *files*. It only shows folders. There are PDF files scattered through the zip file’s folder structure. However, I can’t see any of those files.
"Most useful (favorite) app ever on my iPad" contender!
I've had my iPad (3rd gen) over two years with no immediate need or desire to upgrade and purchase a new one. There are only a few non-native apps I still have installed AND use often and Zip Browser Pro is one of them. It's not the sexiest, most attention grabbing app-which is just fine with me. For me, its a pure functional beauty: an easy to use, dependable, task-specific workhorse. Maybe it isn't a "perfect" app. But I doubt a perfect app (or anything else for that matter) exists. The only issue I have with it are not the app's or its design fault. I can't open a pw protected zipped folder and I'm 90% sure fault lies with the user's memory.
Besides that one unresolved problem, the app has done everything I've expected it to do as described the tech spec details. Sometimes he best thins are easily taken for granted and under-appreciated for too long which is the reason this review is two years in the making.
Excellent opening zip files containing multiple PDF'S
Definitely worth getting if only for this one feature...the ability to page thru multiple PDF files with a single tap. I receive daily newspapers as a zip file. Each page of the newspaper unzips as an individual PDF file. With one tap I can sequentially open each PDF page of the newspaper, just like turning the pages of a actual newspaper. Makes reading on the iPad an absolute joy. I've not found any other app that will allow me to do this with zipped PDF files.
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- Olga Lyevi
- 13.4 MB
- Requires iOS 13.3 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 13.3 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 13.3 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
English, French, German, Italian, Korean, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Ukrainian
- Age Rating
- © Alexander Rudenko
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.