FileShadow iOS for Apple iPhone and iPad Allows Users to Access and Natively Manage Their Files
FileShadow users can manage their files from anywhere with FileShadow's app for Apple mobile devices. Through the FileShadow app, users can collect, organize, and share files on Apple iPhones and iPads.
FileShadow, a platform for the management of files, including photos, documents and videos, has introduced the FileShadow App for Apple mobile devices.
The Provo company said the new product now allows users to collect, organize and share files on Apple iPhones and iPads for the first time. It is available in the Apple App Store.
FileShadow announced an iOS smartphone app that connects data repositories from the cloud with local storage and network and direct-attached storage devices
With machine learning, data can be searched or organised based on file content, OCR results, GPS location or image analysis.
FileShadow users can now manage their files from anywhere with FileShadow’s app for Apple mobile devices.
Through the FileShadow app, users can collect, organize, and share files on Apple iPhones and iPads. In addition to the desktop applications for Mac and Windows, FileShadow provides an app for complete file management on iOS devices for photos, documents, videos, etc., and it is available on the App Store.
FileShadow app for Apple iPhone® and iPad® Allows Users to Access and Natively Manage Their Files
Users can share images and documents to and from their photo library, text messages or file system directly to their FileShadow cloud vault. They can also find any file or photo in their vault and download it to their device. Customers can also publish collections of files from their FileShadow Vault by generating shareable links to a private web page. The FileShadow Publish feature is a simple and secure way for families/friends/groups to organize, store and share important documents with others.
FileShadow app for iPhone® and iPad® Allows Users to Access and Natively Manage Their Files
"Everything in FileShadow can now be controlled with a mobile device," said Pike. "Customers can manage collections, apply tags, view and publish files, and manage their account from the app. An Android app is coming soon."