In the context of the deployment of iPads in an educational correlation, former or later the question will emerge how to transmit files to another PC, or how you can save contents e.g. in a network. Furthermore, this question gains in significence when you don’t work in a cloud storage (wether voluntarily or not). In this situation, the filebrowser is the „swiss army knife in data / file transfer. It is able to open files on other PC’s, server storages, NAS-devices or cloud storages, and it can depict, copy, move, up- or download, stream and administrate. The exchange of files with an individual PC, in a network or with a cloud storage becomes a breeze.Once established connections can be saved and used ad hoc in future.
Filebrowser is a file explorer and file viewer at once. It can search for network ressources and build up connections to cloud solutions within a matter of seconds. Files from numerous other apps can be transmitted in the Filebrowser, which thus becomes a hub for the import and export of files. The time, in which you had to be concerned about storage space on the iPad, is a thing of the past.