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How to Use the Files App in iOS 13 and iPad Like a Pro

The Files app is the original file manager on iPhone and iPad with iOS 13 and iPadOS. It's easy to use and keeps your storage organized. The same is easy like . It also supports third-party cloud storage apps like Google Drive, Dropbox, and more. So, use the Files app on your iPhone and iPad to easily access all your photos, videos, PDFs, and documents in one place. Whether you're a beginner or a longtime user, check out this helpful guide.

# 1. Add third-party apps to the iPhone Files app

To enable third-party apps in the Files app, you first need to download them from the App Store. Next,

Step 1. Open the Files app.

Step 2. Tap on Browse → tap on the three dots icon in the upper right corner.

Step 3. Click Edit.

Step 4. Option to now enables third-party apps like Google Drive, Box, One Drive, Dropbox, Adobe Creative Cloud, and more. → Click Finish.

# 2. Check the

File stored locally on your iPhone or iPad Step 1. Open the Files app → tap Browse → tap My iPhone.

Here you will see all the files stored locally on your iPhone or iPad. If you don't see the "On My iPhone" option, follow the tips above to turn it on.

# 3. Connect external devices to the Files app

You can connect external devices to your iPad and view them in the Files app. To do this, just plug in a compatible USB flash drive, SD card, or hard drive and you'll see it under Locations in the Files app. # 4. Create a new folder in the Files app

Steps 1. In iCloud Drive or My iPhone, tap and hold an empty area.

Step 2. Tap New Folder → enter a name and tap Done.

#5. Search, files In the Files app, you'll see a search bar at the top. Click on it and enter the file name to search for it. The search results will also show where the files will be saved, such as My iPhone, iCloud Drive, etc. Click a file in the search results to view it.

#6. Add Favorites

Step 1. Open the Files app → tap Browse and select a location.

Step 2. When you see a folder, long press it.

Step #3. Now click on Favorites → click on Browse in the bottom row, and under “Places” you will see a heading called “Favorites”. Your favorite folders will appear below.

# 7. View recently opened files

Step one. Open the Files app → tap Recents in the bottom row.

Step 2. See all recently opened files here now.

# 8. Use drag and drop in the iPad Files app

To drag and drop in the Files app, press and hold the file or folder until it appears. Then drag it to another location in the app.

# 9. Manually move multiple documents at once in the Files app

Step 1. Open the Files app → tap the Browse tab → go to the location where you saved the documents.

Open the Files app Click Browse and locate

Step 2. Click Select in the upper right corner → Select multiple files.

Step 3. Now click on the folder icon → choose a location and click on Copy.

I hope this gives you a better understanding of what the Files app does. I like to use it and access it frequently from third-party apps like WhatsApp. Let me know your thoughts in the comments below.

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Ralph Hammett

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