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Turbo File Manager and Browser
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Productivity||2.4.2||September 05, 2017||4.44|
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Version 2.4.1 released on June 26, 2017
Version 2.4.2 released on September 05, 2017
Version 2.2.0 released on March 21, 2017
** Please don't use passcode for this version. We will fix it soon. + Interface improvements + Smal Bug fixes * Spanish ve German language betterized. ** If you improve any language betterization just text from support
Version 2.2.2 released on March 30, 2017
+ Passcode bug fixed + Small bug fixes ** Interface is better now with RTL languages.
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Turbo File Manager is a total solution to keep your office files in your phone and use them anytime, anywhere you want. Turbo File Manager contains amazing file manager which lets you store, view and manage documents on your iPhone, iPad and iPod. It has an amazing built in document viewer and zip extractor. Simple user interface is really very easy to use, meanwhile it contains many powerful features. You can transfer files with Wifi Browser to your iPhone,iPad or iPod and view them anywhere! • Store and view files on your iPhone / iPad. • Save and send email with attachments anytime you want • Navigate using swipes (like Photos / iBooks app). • Thumbnails let you preview your files. • Copy, paste, cut and delete files. • Pdf, Doc, Docx, Xls, Xlsx, Ppt, Pptx, Zip, Jpg, Png etc. MORE FEATURES • Dropbox and OneDrive support • View and download email attachments. • Send files you store as attachment via email. • Full screen file viewer. • Wifi file transfers. • Extract and create zip files. • Extreme built-in Player
Turbo File Manager and Browser Ranking History | Productivity
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