Open the Pocket Files app and tap on the Info button on the top left of the screen to view a live demo of the app.
To protect your privacy, Pocket Files hides and stores your files in your device only. They never go on the
Internet or stored on any server.
Note that if you delete the Pocket Files app, your files saved in the app will also be deleted. Make sure to backup your files to your computer if you need to delete the app for any reason.
You can transfer your files to your computer using the WiFi Transfer feature in the app. You can also copy/move your files to the iTunes Folder in the app and access them from the iTunes app as explained here.
If you have already purchased the Premium version, you don't need to pay again when you delete/reinstall your app. Just open the Pocket Files app and select the Restore Purchase button on the screen. Then enter the same Apple ID you used to upgrade the app.
You will need to have already created a password recovery account in the App Settings to recover passcode. PocketFiles specifically prompts you to create one when you set the launch passcode.
When you enter wrong passcode 5 times consecutively, PocketFiles will prompt you to send your passcode (or folder password) to your recovery email address.
Tap on the Settings button of the video file and select the Settings option. Then choose the Icon option to see the screen where you can change the frame for the video by scrolling or swiping the keyframe to the right.
You can create as many vaults as you need. Secondary vaults can only be created when you are in the Primary vault. Note that most of the app settings are not available in the secondary
When you import a file from another app using Pocket Files Sharing Extension, they will be automatically saved in the Imports folder of primary vault.
When you create a new vault, you have to assign it a unique passcode. The only way to switch between them is just opening the app and entering the passcode assigned to that specific vault.
Drag & drop items by long-pressing them to change their order in the list manually.
Yes, just tap on the arrow sign on top of each folder to view the sort options. You can sort by name, file size, modified and imported date. Tap on the same option to change its ascending or descending.
Select the thumb icon on top right of each folder to see the view type option.
You can login and connect to Dropbox, OneDrive and iCloud Drive in the PocketFiles, where you can can easily copy and paste files to/from the app. Open App Settings > File Manager > Show Default Folders to show them in the main screen.
Yes, just select the PocketFiles extension from the messages app. You will be prompted to enter your passcode if you have set one.
You can change the filename or other properties of an item by choosing the Settings button on the Item. The Settings button is visible for all photos in the listview. In the thumbnail view mode, you will need to enable it in the App Settings > Photos > Show Settings Button.
iTunes Files and iCloud Drive folders cannot be password protected since they can be accessed from computer or other devices using the same Apple account. Please move them to other folders inside the app if you want them locked.
Bookmark files are just a shortcut to open a website. Instead of opening the Web Browser and selecting a bookmark from menus, simply tap on the bookmark item on the folder to open it in the web browser. Bookmark files can be saved in any folder.
Tap on the Select button on top right of the screen to go to selection mode. In the selection mode, you can swipe to select items quickly or just choose the Select All option from the navigation bar.
If you love the app, please share it with friends! Word of mouth is really the only way for indie apps to survive. Thanks so much for helping.
Please refer to this page on how to cancel it. Apple is the only one that can cancel your subscriptions and it's not possible to do it directly from the app.