File exploring and management hasn’t really been a concern for iOS, with many users content with just managing the usual photos, videos and music files. If you’re not one of those many users and are keen on managing things on your device, then this amazing file management app for iOS – worth $2.99 – has just gone free for a limited period over at the App Store, and you ought to check it out.

A standalone app by itself – File Manager App – its developers tout it as being "like the Windows Explorer on your PC or the Finder on your Mac." This nifty little offering allows for file sharing between your Mac or PC and your iPhone or iPad using iTunes. Other interfacing options include downloading files off the Internet, importing content from your Dropbox account, grabbing email attachments, and more.

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File Manager App serves as a single window where users can access an assortment of supported file formats for documents, images, music, videos, and zip files. Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, along with Keynote, Numbers, and Pages files can also be viewed right from the app.

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As for the usual and slightly more typical file managing features, the app includes plenty of those ranging from creating new folders, to printing documents directly from the app and compressing and decompressing files, but as far as sharing options are concerned, there’s only that email support, which is kind of a let down honestly, considering the app carries a price tag.

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File Manager App has gone free for a limited period in the past as well, and with the regular $2.99 tag removed for some time, the app is a must have for your file managing needs. Optimized for iOS 7, the app is a universal one and will run on both the iPhone,and iPad.

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(Download: File Manager App for iOS on the App Store)

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