There is however a way via which you can obtain the location of the search result items. For those who are more comfortable working in Finder than Files, iPadOS has a small but welcome change. Sign Up. Astro also has a powerful search function to find a file by using keywords. Similarly, you can also work on these files without saving them to your iPad — and you save new files directly to the device itself.
You have the option to protect your folders with passwords and even hide some of the most important ones. This app comes with a wide range of features to provide you the desired control over your documents. The best part about FE is that it allows you to deal with both the local files and the ones that exist on your computer and NAS Network-attached storage proficiently.
Moreover, FE is also compatible with many languages so that you can use this app in your preferred language. Are you looking for a top-notch zip file manager? I would recommend you to give a try to iZip. And you can choose to save them to your photo library and also be able to print them.
Another notable feature of the app is the compatibility with multiple cloud services such as iCloud, Dropbox, Box, One Drive, and Google Drive. File Manager Pro is for the folks who want an all-in-one solution for managing files. Things like a fantastic interface, a good stable app, and cloud storage and sync make File Manager Pro stand out from the crowd.
It has the support of multiple cloud services like Google Drive, Dropbox, iCloud, etc. It lets you manage files better with the clearly marked folders according to media type, cloud folder, etc. Another feature that makes it right on the money is the compatibility with several formats including, Powerpoint, Excel, Word, PDFs, audio, video and more.
FileApp comes with a ton of features too. The app features the usual support for both Office and iWork along with several other formats. You can also password-protect the app to offer an additional safeguard to your files.
Thanks to the powerful PDF editor, you will be able to edit and annotate your files with the desired flair. Plus, there is also a competent image editor to let you design your photos using impressive filters. OrganiDoc HD needs no introduction, does it? With a stunning interface and a bold take on file management, the app presents some of the best features of a file manager.
You can manage your photos and videos both in public and protected mode for more privacy. To ensure all of your files are secure and easily accessible, it has the integration with multiple cloud services like Google Drive and Dropbox. With the support of almost any file formats, it ensures you have the maximum convenience while dealing with your data. Which one of the file manager have you chosen to let you manage your docs with ease? Do let us know its name and the features you have liked in it. Jignesh Padhiyar.
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While he primarily covers Apple and consumer technology, he has past experience writing about public safety, local government, and education for a variety of publications. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Hi Thank you for the information regarding the use of Files on iPad.
I have noticed some differences: — Open Files. Now, tap and hold anywhere within the area that contains your folders and files. There is one aspect of Files that was not addressed and that is the outcome of using Search. Search certainly delivers the results if there are any to deliver. Unfortunately in some situations the only information available is the FileName.
The latter despite the fact that the Results Found do in fact reside in the Source selected. In another situation there is an indication of where the Results Found are Residing.
The expectation is that every Result should have a Location. Knowing that the required Target is within Files is not helpful, knowing where within Files would be useful.
Have I just missed something? Running iPadOS Stan, Good observations and Thank you for your insights.
You are absolutely right in that there is no location information on the search results at first glance. There is however a way via which you can obtain the location of the search result items.
This can be queried via setting up some sort of shortcuts if you want to geek out OR more easily by lightly pressing on the search result item and allowing the context menu to appear. We are updating the article with screenshots to reflect this. I know I can share a file with an app and then edit and share it back again and delete it from the app — but this is pretty painful and potentially stops me from using the iPad for these kinds of functions which is a real pity.
As developers integrate support for the Files app and for external drives, you should be able to access files from an external drive directly through an app—and not have to use the Files app as an intermediary.