Comprehensive help is built into the app. Just tap the • • • (More) tab and then select Help.
Connection to Files via Wi-Fi is only possible when the Remote Access mode is active. To enter Remote Access mode tap the • • • (More) tab and then select Remote Access.
To delete individual items when viewing the browser history use the swipe gesture, then tap the Delete button which appears.
To delete all items either:
In both cases you'll be asked to confirm the action.
Yes, you can set a Passcode lock in Files' settings to prevent casual access to the app.
Note: This is a Pro feature and requires an in-app purchase in the free version of Files.
iPhone: To display the navigation bar in the document view just tap the screen and the navigation bar will appear. Then click the back button (top-left hand corner) to close the view and return to the previous list of files.
iPad: Tap the action button at the top-right of the document toolbar. Choose Close from the popup menu. Alternatively, just tap the selected document in the folder view.
You can delete files on the phone in two ways:
If characters are not displayed correctly when viewing text documents you may need to change the text encoding Files uses for the document. Files supports most common text encodings. To change the text encoding while viewing a text document:
Note that you can set an application-wide default text encoding in Files' settings. It is also possible to add custom text encoding names to the list.
You can upgrade to the Pro features using an In-App purchase. These purchases can be found in the Files' settings under Upgrades.
Quite possibly, but the more people ask for a feature, the higher priority we’ll give it, so please do get in touch! The easiest way to do this is from within the app under the tools menu in the collection view.