❌ FileApp's development was discontinued and the app removed from the App Store in December 2020. iMazing can be used to transfer files and media to many popular reader and media player apps, and Apple's Files app can be used to move and copy files between apps. Readdle's excellent and free Documents app is a great general purpose file manager which iMazing also supports.
FileApp is a free file manager and document browser for iOS available on the App Store and developed by the same folks that brought you popular iOS device manager iMazing.
With FileApp you can:
The best way to transfer files from your computer to FileApp is to use our desktop app iMazing. File transfer is completely free, no registration required.
Anyone who wants to easily and quickly copy files back and forth between their Mac or PC computer to their iPhone, iPad or iPod without iTunes.
Download and install iMazing on your Mac or PC computer
Download and install FileApp on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
To transfer files from your Mac or PC computer to FileApp on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch:
Launch iMazing and connect your device.
In iMazing's left sidebar, select FileApp. To see your most recent data, you may need to refresh your view.
In the main window, navigate and select folder(s) or file(s)
In the bottom toolbar, select the action button of your choice:
- Use the CTRL/Command, or SHIFT keys to select multiple files or folders.
- You can drag and drop files and folders from the FileApp section to your computer, and vice versa.
If you transfer files when FileApp is already opened on your device, the changes you made won't appear until you refresh FileApp's view.
For example, let's say you've copied a new file to FileApp's Downloads folder from iMazing:
To access the file from your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch:
On your device, open FileApp.
Click on the Downloads button to view its content.
Pull-to-refresh to refresh your view.
Your changes are now reflected in the refreshed view.
To learn more about interaction with files in the Apps view, see our guide on File Browsing.