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These days we're all talking about the cloud: I have files in the cloud, everything is in the cloud, send me a link to your cloud, etc. With so many clouds, other than meteorology, it's important that we know place some order, and this is where File File Explorer comes in.

The app is to manage them all (clouds)

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File Explorer is, in theory, very simple and, at the same time, this easy to do one of the best options when it comes to managing our communications. It supports connections to Mac, Windows and Linux computers. It also runs on standard NAS server, WD NAS, and Toshiba and Time Capsule. It is also compatible with WebDAV, FTP and SFTP to use your servers. And as far as the services are compatible with iCloud, yoursCloud, DropBox, Google Drive, OneDrive and Box. Making matters worse goes hand in hand with external storage. Anything else? Yes, the AirDrop-style file transfer between the Apple app and the Android device running the app.

Once we are signed in to the different storage services we use, the functionality of the app is very simple. We just choose the service we want connect and we'll see all our files appear

. From a file browser, and using the three dots button next to file names, we can rename, bookmark, download, copy, move, synchronize, delete or access information in any file or folder.

Among the best options offered by the app, three should be highlighted: for users of Capsule time be able to access all files from your iPhone, iPad or Apple TV; play movies or content stored on the NAS or Time Capsule from Apple TV; accessing your servers via FTP, something that, although already rare, is sometimes very necessary.

FE File Explorer is available for iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV in the App Store. It has a free version and a paid option (iPhone / iPad, Mac and Apple TV) that syncs our access between all devices and allows us to add more than one to the same type.

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