Apple's Files App only supports SMB connections and requires an app to be installed for each cloud storage you want to access. FileBrowser adds 12 different cloud providers and network protocols including SMB, FTP, FTPS, SFTP and WebDAV to the Files App.For Access to S3 and B2 cloud storage FileBrowser Professional or FileBrowserGO is required. See our comparison page.
Follow our simple guide to browse all your FileBrowser locations, both network or cloud storage directly from within the iOS Files app.
Switch on FileBrowser in the sidebar. You can also re-order your apps from this view.
Finally, tap "Done".
Tap FileBrowser in the sidebar, then tap "Network Folders". Now you can access to all your FileBrowser locations such as cloud accounts, FTP, FTPS, SFTP and WebDAV within the iOS Files app.
The iOS Files app doesn't support WebDAV. You can add a WebDAV server to FileBrowser then use it in the Files app with our simple guide.
The iOS Files app only allows you access to the current logged in user, regardless of the number of accounts linked in your GDrive app. You can link multiple GDrive accounts in FileBrowser and access them all, either from FileBrowser or via the Files app with our simple guide.
Natively the iOS Files app does not support FTP, FTPS or SFTP connections. However with FileBrowser you can easily these and then open them within the Files app.
No. You may use the Files app to open documents in apps that use the Files app as a file picker, but for more complex file and folder operations FileBrowser Professional offers more features and capabilities.