FileApp Pro provides a simple and easy way to transfer files from your other devices onto your iPad. All you need to do is browse for the file that is to be copied then transfers it wirelessly using an FTP. The process can also be carried out via a USB connection cable. It’s down to whichever method suits you best.
FileApp Pro is file transfer app for iPad that compatible with a wide range of file types and enables you to open most images including JPG, PNG, GIF, TIFF among others. It also recognizes PDFs, all Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel and PowerPoint, it also knows iWork, OpenOffice and plain text as well as documents saved in RTF format. Also covered are most audio and video types, web archives as well as HTML and ZIP files.
FileApp Pro simply and intuitively takes you through the process of connecting your devices to make everything as painless and hassle-free as possible. Once copied over you can then choose to sort the files in the most convenient way, for example by file type extension, size, and date or simply in alphabetical order. You can also delete any you don’t want.
More file formats will continue to be added along with new features as the app gets regularly updated so its just going to get better and better. One of the most useful applications for it that we’ve come across is the ability to read PDF files on the move. Taking them with you and being able to study them at your leisure has many benefits in itself. The ability to transfer files with simplicity is what it’s all about though and it performs this function admirably. As previously mentioned, the app itself guides you through the set up while using the wired method in conjunction with iTunes or DiskAid is just as easy and effective.
If you need even more functionality then there’s a perversion also available. Enables you to create, rename, copy and move folders around, select multiple items to ZIP or email and more. If those things aren’t important to you though then you’ll be more than catered for with the free version. It doesn’t cost anything to give it a try and it really does make life easier if you regularly need to move but even more so if you actually want to access them while out and about. Portrait and landscape views are supported along with pinch zooming and it even remembers your last scroll position so you don’t have to spend ages scrolling down long documents to find where you were up to after closing them down. The File Transfer App that every iPad owner should install.