Files is what Documents works best with. Add and enjoy your audio and video tracks, PDFs and MS office documents, photos, images, archives, anything desired. Here's a handy guide that explains four simple ways how to add files to the Documents app.
The Plus Button contains options to add different files in a few taps. Tap the button and pick one of the following:
Documents has its own, built-in browser for you to easily get any files from the Internet right to your device. Downloading files on iPhone or iPad isn't a hell of a task anymore.
How to use:
All your files can be easily accessed in the download manager on the bottom bar in the built-in browser or in the Downloads folder in the My Filessection.
To learn more about the Documents browser and its capabilities visit this page.
When you get files via email or messengers, Documents is here to help you keep them at hand when needed. Of course, you can store them in the messenger or email app, but it’s not the most convenient way, especially when you need quick access to a certain file. Documents allows for saving files from other apps in a few simple steps, and here they are:
Transferring files between PC and iOS devices has never been an easy task, especially when it comes to big files like the new season of your favorite TV show or photo albums from the last vacation. Documents solves this with the Wi-Fi Transfer option support.
How to use:
To upload a file to your iPhone or iPad, click the Upload Files button on your desktop and select the files or just drag & drop them into your browser (Documents will keep your structure untouched). As soon as the files are uploaded, they'll instantly appear on your iOS device. Your files are traveling directly between your computer and iOS device. We use a webpage only to handshake your devices and establish a direct connection between them.
To learn more about transferring options between desktop and the Documents app on an iOS device, check out this article.
Once added, your files are safe, owned by you and only you decide what happens to them. You can store, open, review, edit, share them, and more. Follow the links to find out Documents' superpowers in perspective of file formats: