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Visualize documents on your iPhone

QuickFiles is a visual & tag based local file manager. It allows offline browsing of local files in your iPhone in supported formats including PDF, Microsoft Office documents, movies, and web archives. You will see thumbnails of these files are automatically generated. Assign tags to your files, and then you can find the files instantly.

Transfer your files wirelessly from web browsers on WiFi-connected PCs through a visual & tag based interface like native apps. You can also import files in iOS 4-ready apps, for example, attachment files in Mail.

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Browsing thumbnails of documents

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You can instantly find out what you want by browsing preview images. QuickFiles automatically generates those preview images for any files in supported formats as well as image files. Thumbnail images can be a preview of any page in document files or any scene in movie files as you like.

 

Arrange and find files by tags and folders

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You can find your files with only a few taps by choosing a folder and arbitrary number of tags set to them. Advanced searches with filenames, dates, etc. are also available.

Once you save a search condition as a “Smart folder”, you can find the search results always up-to-date.

 

Visual interface on web browsers

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Files in QuickFiles can be wirelessly accessed from web browsers on PCs if you have WiFi connection. You can experience the visual & tag based file management on web browsers!

To upload files from PCs to QuickFiles, you need Safari 4, Chrome 6, Firefox 3.6 or later. You can use Internet Explorer and Mobile Safari on iPhone/iPad devices to access QuickFiles, but CANNOT use those browsers for file uploading.

 

Save web pages locally and import files from other apps

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Do you want to download web pages for later offline browsing? QuickFiles helps you archive web pages shown in the built-in browser of QuickFiles or in Safari. Web pages are saved in the web archive format so that you can smoothly zoom in/out those pages and you can browse the pages on Safari installed on your PCs.

You can also import/export any files from/to other iOS 4-ready apps like Mail.

 

Supported file formats

QuickFiles can open files in the formats listed below. Please note that the accuracy of the rendering is not always 100% and depends on the iOS versions and devices.

  • Portable Document Format (.pdf)
  • Excel (.xls), Word (.doc) and PowerPoint (.ppt) files of Microsoft Office 97 or later
  • ZIP-compressed files in Numbers (.numbers.zip), Pages (.pages.zip) and Keynote (.key.zip) formats of iWork ‘06 or ‘08
  • Numbers (.numbers), Pages (.pages) and Keynote (.key) files of iWork ‘09
  • Rich Text Format (.rtf)
  • ZIP-compressed Rich Text Format Directory (.rtfd.zip)
  • WebKit web archive (.webarchive)
  • Image files (.png, .tiff, .jpg, .gif, .bmp, .cur, .xbm)
  • Movie files (.m4v, .mp4, .mov)
  • Text files (.txt)
  • CSV files (.csv)
 

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