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    iFiles Pro By Faisal Faruqi

    A synopsis for iFiles Pro: Creates a magical hard drive on your iPhone or iPad through which you can access your files from virtually anywhere, File manager, Remote access

    iFiles Pro creates a magical hard drive on your iPhone or iPad to access your files from virtually anywhere: Dropbox, Google Docs, Microsoft Sky Drive, FTP Server or even files from any remote computer or a web site on a single tabbed screen through which you can view or manage your files.

    At Home, You can view remote files on your iPad/iPhone, view a slideshow of photos from your computer, read documents or eBooks without the hassle of login to different sites or downloading/transferring files to your iPhone or iPad.

    At work, you can browse file servers over the Internet using the iPad/iPhone's built-in VPN. During meetings or presentations, you can retrieve and show documents from company servers and impress the audience.

    + Easy to use file manager just like you use on your PC or MAc
    + Create Folders or Sub-Folders
    + Move Files across folders.
    + Rename files
    + Unzip files and store them on your iPhone or iPad.

    Access DROPBOX, Google Docs Microsoft Sky Drive files
    • Access your Dropbox files just as if they are on your iPhone/iPad. Drag & Drop files. View, Email, Move, Rename or Delete files or download to your local iPhone or iPad drive.
    • Access your Google Docs files just as if they are on your iPhone/iPad.
    • Access your Microsoft files just as if they are on your iPhone/iPad.


    Download files from internet using a powerful and feature-rich browser that is included in the app.

    File Transfer Protocol

    FTP to any server and use files on the remote FTP server just as if they are on your iPhone/iPad.
    +Drag & Drop files on the FTP server.


    Connect to your PC at your home or office and access files remotely on your iPhone or iPad.

    [*Please note that this feature is supported for For Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows 2003 Only.]


    View and Store Microsoft Office and PDF Files
    + Opens large DOC,PDF,Excel, Power Point, RTF, TXT, PNG or JPG files
    + Just ike carrying all your docuemnts in your pocket
    + Unzip .Zip files

    Read Microsoft Office Documents On the Go. The app's built-in viewer supports PDF, MS Office (Word, Excel and Powerpoint) and text, image and zip or rar files. To read documents from other software like MS Project, Visio or OmniGraffle simply print them as PDF files and copy to the app.


    Save Email Attachments directly from your email software using the 'Open In' feature. Just keep pressing the docuemnt attachment in your email and select Files access Anywhere from the list, the attachment will automatically be downloaded and locally saved in the app.


    Drag & Drop files between folders easily and hassle-free



    View documents, images, presentations on external display devices, LCD or Apple TV.
    You can also display show your iPhone or iPad screen to an external monitor or Apple TV.

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    Last edited by ahmedkabir; 11-28-2012 at 01:06 PM. Reason: Spell Mistake in Title

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