When it comes to productivity apps, iFile Browser is like a Swiss Army knife. Here you can organize, access and edit just about every file stored on your iOS Apple iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. Think of iFile Browser as the central point for information you have locally and in the cloud. It’s a very intuitive and easy to understand approach to file management, and if you think you could take a look if you have need of its capabilities, you may be pleasantly surprised as to what this can do for you.
It will really amaze you at how much it can pretty much handle just about every file you can throw at it. The app will let you access files saved on remote storage accounts, view every file type you have ever thought of, and master the way you manage your documents.
The iFile Browser is now merged with Moxtra, meaning you can manage online business meetings with up to 40 attendees! You can share the screen you are talking about with all the other participants of the meeting. This allows you to talk away and explain your business strategy while showing the files, documents and slides you want to appear when backing up your business plan, presenting your quarterly sales figures or just trying to win over a bunch of new clients with a contract. You can also send text messages to other attendees present in the online meeting.
iFile Browser not only lets you edit, view and amend any file you have on your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch but it also backs up everything straight to the iCloud. It also works hand in hand with DropBox, another cloud back-up service.
The iFile Browser allows you to cut and paste as well as copy and paste facilities as easily as you will have done so in any standard piece of software. You can do all the things you would expect to be able to do in any browser with files and more; such as decompress files, compress files, print out, share via email and rename files.
When files are compressed, they will turn into the .zip format, but if there are any files you wish to unzip, then you can easily do so from a zipped files or from one which has a .rar and .tar file extension too, such is the versatility of the iFile Browser.