iFiles 2

iFiles 2

By Imagam.com

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2016-07-12
  • Current Version: 2.2.1
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 81.89 MB
  • Developer: Imagam.com
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3.5/5 ( 99 Reviews)
  • Price:
iFiles 2 App Ratings: 3.5
Total 99 Reviews

iFiles 2 App Description

Most intuitive, feature loaded and dependable file manager in the App Store! Whether you are looking for just a PDF Viewer with annotations and search, connectivity to many file cloud services, sharing file between your computer, voice recorder, web downloader or text editor, iFiles 2 is the only file manager you will ever need. • Supported Online Cloud Services and Protocols: Dropbox, Google Drive, iCloud, Box.net, OneDrive, SMB/CIFS, SugarSync, AFP (Mac), FTP/FTPS, SFTP, Flickr, Google Photos, Facebook, Rackspace CloudFiles, CloudApp, PogoPlug, WebDav, Amazon S3, ownCloud, 4Shared, also using Amazon S3: DreamObjects and UltiCloud. • PDF Reader with annotations, exceptional speed, search, and customizable! - The most advanced PDF reading engine with search - Support for all common annotation types: drawings, highlights, notes, stamps, free text, images, sound recordings, and so much more - Saving directly to a cloud service with offline support • File Sharing - Easily transfer files between your computer and iFiles using (SMB or HTTP) sharing or upload files over USB using iTunes. - Export/import files to/from another app using extensions support - Open In support to and from iFiles - Email file or links for supported services • New audio player/engine: - Streaming - FLAC support - Inter-app audio, flexible audio bar, - Equalizer build into audio bar for easy access - Background audio • File Manager Intuitive and feature loaded; just tap and hold on a file for quick file operations, edit mode for multiple file operations, easily change between icon and list view, convenient and powerful sort options, use two finger pinch to change thumbnails size in icon mode, support for iPad split screen mode. - Unarchive common formats: Zip, RAR, 7-zip, Tar, Gzip, and Bzip2 - Create zip files - File operations: move, copy, upload, download, rename, delete, email, compress, share, batch rename, share, export, open in - Thumbnails: image, video, PDF, and all supported by given service - Popup menu - Tap and hold on file to display context popup menu with file operations - Edit mode for multiple file operation - Properties - view and change folder and files properties: color label, icon, and rename. For services with supported API you can edit: comments, description, tags/keywords, privacy, copy/generate links - Convenient add menu: new folder, text file, voice recording, import, copy from, from photos, camera, from clipboard - Batch rename - rename multiple files at once • Other features - Tabs - Multiple tabs can be opened at the same time - Web browser and downloader - Voice Recorder - Passcode lock - Advanced transfer manager with background support - Print files using AirPrint - Create and edit text files - Photo library Import - Camera support - Audio Player (WAV, MP3, M4A, CAF, AIF, AIFF, ACC, FLAC) - Video Player (iPhone supported formats: MP4, MOV, MPV, 3GP, M4V) - Image Viewer (JPG, PNG, GIF, BMP, TIF, TIFF, ICO, CUR, XBM) - View RTF (Rich Text Format) and RTFD - View iWorks (Pages, numbers, Keynote) ’08 and ’09 (with or without Preview) - View Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) • We are constantly add new features, latest once: Batch Rename, SMB/CIFS support, folder synchronization, tabs, new redesigned Interface, document provider extension support., iPad split view support, and more. or follow us on twitter: @ifilesapp


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iFiles 2 App Reviews

  • Files longer open in Office or Apple apps

    By Cbus32567
    Can’t actually open to edit any files. Pretty useless now.
  • Not having wrists with shareit and sharing alone

    By baran girl
    The software is very good and one of the best. Only when you want to share with ifils2 and shareit software is only possible! I am waiting for your new updates. Thankful
  • Perfect file management app…almost

    By mcf.carson
    When using the "copy to iFiles" widget on an iPhone X, the "cancel" and "save" buttons are located behind the time and battery/signal icons making them unusable.
  • IFiles 2

    By nuvostef
    Ok, I just spent $5 on this app because it’s the ONLY app I’ve found that will supposedly perform batch rename. Supposedly. It doesn’t. How about you fix it so it lives up to its billing, or refund my $5.
  • Excellent app but sometimes..

    By Nando-Pro
    When I transfer an audio file by airdrop the audio does not work and the app closes. Most of the time with an mp3 or wav.
  • It works

    By ROC-889
    With the advent of iOS FILES app and the updates on iFiles 2 it is possible to import all your previously created iFILES. You might need iCloud, DropBox or some other cloud service, but for those looking for an app where you can create docs (TXT), create folders, and folders within folders, or import PNG, PDF, or other file formats, as well as back up to iTunes via File Sharing, this might be the app for you. Minus 1 star for the total lack of support and no FAQs on the developer website. Got a problem? You are on your own.
  • Crash

    By Vahid Ghaderi
    It was crash on iPhone X and doesn’t work. Please help me what I do!
  • Crash

    By Ammarjoudi 12
    I can’t open app 😭 Crash crash crash Please fix it quickly
  • Sort ... Error

    By Qazwss223
    A to Z Sort Error

    By Pedro_Antonio
    UPDATE: I‘ve installed it on my iPad and it seems to intermittently become unresponsive when selecting file actions now, and crashing when it never did before in original iFiles 1—needs to be addressed. I've been a major fan of this app since iFiles 1...it's got an awesome set of features. I particularly love its easy, instant access to all of my cloud drives. It would have gotten 5 stars from me if a much-needed user's guide was available AND there are a few bugs that now need to be addressed. Not sure what's happening with the developer, as they've been pretty good responding to my inquiries in the past. I've recently emailed them a few times over the past 3 months regarding questions and issues, but have yet to recieve any responses. A few current bugs... 1] App crashes after creating one or more bookmarks and then selecting it to go to that page. IFiles 2 doesn't quit or close the PDF—it's still there after using multitasking to find it again—and the bookmark now works. Creating or selecting another bookmark, however reinitiates a crash again. So saving a series of bookmarks in an iFiles 2 PDF and expecting to move through pages from one bookmark directly to another only results in it constantly crashing, reaccessing the bookmarks icon in the restored PDF and then selecting that bookmark again to go to that page. Selecting a second bookmark just crashes the app again...and that cycle goes round and round. 2] A PDF's saved bookmarks are suppose to travel and be accessable in any other PDF app that supports bookmarks. This holds true for 6 of the 7 PDF apps I use. But when using the "Open in..." feature in any of those six PDF apps to bring it into iFiles 2, those bookmarks created in any of the other apps are gone—the iFiles 2 bookmarks list display shows up blank. This includes using iFiles 2's "Open In..."to reopen a PDF's bookmarks that were originally created in iFiles 2 (using any of the 3 Annotated export setting) after opening it first in another app. These also show up blank in all of the six other PDF apps I tested this with. All other bookmarked PDFs created in those other PDF apps remain intact when exchanging them by using their "Open In..." feature within all of the aforementioned six PDF apps tested. 3] I've been unable to find any documentation—detailed or otherwise—for how to set up and activate iFiles 2's "SHARE" and "SYNCED FOLDER" options. The ability to access PDFs stored within iFiles 2 on any of my iOS devices from any other device is often critical—especially when one device is home while I'm using another oneon the road. There's no user manual, nor any mention of how to take advantage of these features—which I assume will enable this auto-file exchange capability— on their site, while multiple emails to the developer have still gone unanswered.