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FileApp 4, the iPhone File Manager Rewritten and Redesigned

FileApp 4, the iPhone File Manager Rewritten and Redesigned

FileApp 4 – The iPhone & iPad File System

Geneva, Switzerland & Geraldton, Australia (PRWEB) February 14, 2014

FileApp’s fourth and latest version has been released on the App Store. Embracing the new iOS 7 interface design style, the app now reveals a totally uncluttered interface. Leaving aside aesthetic considerations this restyling renders the app easier to use as ever before.

The simplified Home screen has a new Sharing button giving access to all file sharing options. An all new computer browser file sharing feature has been added to allow the drag and drop of multiple files wirelessly from a computer’s Internet browser directly into FileApp. Now both Http and Ftp file sharing modes can be protected with a username and passcode.

A new swipe gesture to reveal file actions and file deletion has also been implemented. The photo picker has been tweaked to better add multiple images to FileApp from the device’s photo library. To ensure the broadest PDF support the dual PDF reader option has been restored, allowing the use of the iOS built-in or the custom annotation PDF editor freshly revised for iOS 7.

Instead of offering a “lite” and a Pro version the In-App purchase model allows for easier app trial, simplified upgrade and fair pricing. The premium features are now offered through a choice of 3 premium features Add-On packs, allowing users to customize the app according to their needs. DigiDNA will now keep its focus on a single app and FileApp Pro users are encouraged to migrate to the New FileApp where they will get all features they previously owned for free. (This feature itself is a technical premiere that has been already noted by several tech writers; for more details please read our latest blog post.)

Two easy ways of transferring data from FileApp Pro have been designed. One method works using a computer – with DiskAid through an automated migration tool (DiskAid desktop client for Mac OS X and for Windows PC is available on DigiDNA’s website – no license purchase or registration required). The other way is simply achieved on the device using FileApp Pro Zip archive creation and Open-In feature (this method is explained in a dedicated support forum entry).

With the new FileApp, DigiDNA has gone all out on iPhone file storage performance. The whole app has been rewritten to offer the most stable and reliable FileApp ever. Moreover thanks to the merge between FileApp Pro and FileApp the Development Team is now focused on a new and modular single app that will allow them to quickly release new exciting features in the upcoming months.

About FileApp 4:

The new FileApp (4) is a universal iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, it can be downloaded and updated for free on the Apple App Store. FileApp Pro users are invited to get FileApp 4 as a separate download and get all existing Add-Ons for free.

About DigiDNA:

DigiDNA is an independent software developer incorporated in 2008 Geneva, Switzerland. In 2011 a fully owned subsidiary was opened in Western Australia. In 2013 the company and its products were granted the Swiss Label. DigiDNA’s software proudly carries the crossbow – symbolizing Swiss precision work and quality products.

DigiDNA is committed to helping users get the most out of their Apple mobile devices by providing innovative device management solutions and efficient data transfer software both in the App Store with FileApp and with DiskAid as its standalone a desktop application for Mac and PC.

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