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What Is Apple’s Files App Introduced With iOS 11?

Along with the introduction of many new features with the introduction of the highly anticipated iOS 11, the users have met beautiful innovations. With the introduction of iOS 11, users now have a file manager application. So, let’s have a brief look at this Apple Files! What is Apple Files? What does Apple Files offer to the users?

What is the Apple Files application?

One of the most notable of innovations in iOS 11 is Files app. With Apple’s file manager application for iOS users, a brand new experience of organizing all the files in one place welcomes the Apple lovers.

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We will not be able to access system files with the file manager application. However, with the iOS 11 update, the Files app, which will bring all of the items in iCloud Drive, files in third-party cloud programs like Box or Dropbox, will provide a nice experience for users.

The filing system, which iOS users have been waiting for years, comes at the end with the new version of the mobile operating system. The new Files application, powered by the Finder application logic in MacOS, will empower the iPad and iPhone users. It allows us to access the files stored on the device and the files on iCloud Drive. It also serves as a central system within third-party Drive applications.

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Apple defines the app as:

Files.
Wherever they are, they’re here.

The new Files app brings all your files together. You can easily browse, search, and organize all your files in one place. And there’s a dedicated place for your recent files. Not just the ones on your iPad, but also those in apps, on your other iOS devices, in iCloud Drive, and across other services like Box and Dropbox.

How to use Apple Files?

Apple’s Files application draws attention with similarities to Finder in MacOS. On the last tab of the application you can sort your files by labels in different colors according to importance.

For now, this app is available for iPad users, and will also apply to iPhone users with the iOS 11 update in September.

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