If you need a new file manager for your device, iFile might be the answer you seek. It has the ability to perform all the classic file management functions, like edit, delete, cut, paste, copy, email, view, compress, rename, install, uncompress, and transfer files.
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Overall Opinion: There aren't many things that you can't do with iFile. It is a fully integrated file browser that can perform just about anything that you might expect a premium file manager to perform. It can work with individual files or full directories, and it can zip or unzip all those files in an instant. You can easily rename a file or a directory by performing the slow double click that highlights and then allows you to edit the name. You can use iFile to add bookmarks to your files and folders so they can be searched and organized easier. Files are searched by hierarchy, which helps cut down on tedious searches through vast libraries. One interesting aspect of the software is that it can be used to edit basic text files. These files can be property lists or basic HTML files as long as they are based on text and not images or other multimedia. You can also alter the attributes of any file in your system, so you can reset the owner, group, last modified date, and permissions associated with each individual file. If you are using iFile on an Apple device, you can use it to pass files from the iFile system to another app from the Apple App Store. The software can preview various file formats so you don't have to have the full app in order to see the content of a file. You can have up to eight tabs open at one time, and the software is fully integrated with Dropbox. The software supports WebDAV utility so iFile can be used as a network-based drive. You can also use the tool to transfer files via Bluetooth if iFile is installed on the device to which the file will be sent. It has the ability to install Debian packages, which is quite unique, and it can mount DMG files in an HFS file system as long as those files are unencrypted. The software is able to preview files with a wide variety of formats, including aac, aiff, aif, aifc, m4r, mp2, mp3, mpga, m4a, pcm, snd, wav, amr, alac, caf, java, js, list, log, mm, nib, php, plist, j, m, script, sh, mov, mp4, mpv, m4v, conf, cpp, css, h, c, cfg, cnf, 3gp, 3g2, 3gpp2, gif, jpeg, jpg, png, kdc, mef, mrw, nrw, rtf, html, htm, pdf, zip, 7z, deb, rar, tar, erf, raf, 3fr, doc, docx, xls, xlsx, tbz2, gz, bz2, Z, tiff, tif, bmp, crw, pages, numbers, key, ppt, pps, pptx, orf, rw2, pef, arw, strings, txt, xib, cr2, nef, sr2, svg, tar.Z, tgz, xml, sqlite3, sqlitedb, db, tar.gz, and tar.bz2. The download manager in the software is the same as the one used in Safari, and it can open files that have been saved to the system through iFile.
Pros: Comprehensive File Management Controls Numerous Options
Cons: Older Utility
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