iFile, iOS file manager app has been updated to version 22.214.171.124. The latest update brought major changes in the app that includes local and remote file handling system, AirBlue support and a better FTP client. iFile’s integration with DropBox has also received enhancements.
If you are still unaware of this app, iFile is a file manager for iOS just like you have Finder in Mac. For those who want to take a deep look into the file system of iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, iFile is the best solution. iFile is a Cydia only app that means you have to have a jailbroken iOS device in order to run it.
What’s New in Version 1.7.0-1
- Added option to open new tabs using bookmarks.
- Completely refactored local and remote file handling.
- New FTP client supporting copy, cut, paste, rename, delete.
- Overhaul of Dropbox implementation.
- Changed iFile-to-iFile Bluetooth transfer to disable device locking during transfer.
- Added section index also in case of sorting and grouping files by extension.
- Restructured iFile’s preferences.
- AirBlue Sharing support added.
- Added support for auto mounting harddisks (MSDOS and HFS file systems) on iPad via Camera Connection Kit.
- Hungarian and European Portuguese localization added.
- Corrected German and Chinese localizations.
- Fixed handling of large files sizes for download, upload and directory listing in Web Server.
- Added strict type checking on preferences to avoid potential crashes because of illegal values in the preference file.
- Fixed crash on iPad while changing attributes hierarchically.
- Updated French localization.
- Fixed crash of Web Viewer on iOS 5.1 (caused by iOS bug).
- Avoided showing of . and .. for mounted flash drives.
- Fixed broken disk image mounting for iOS 5.x.
The developer of iFile is Carsten Heinelt. Its available for download from Cydia Store under BigBoss repository. It costs $4 but you can enjoy a trial version before buying it.
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