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  1. georgelucian

    iFile Manager for iOS

    Version .

    15 downloads

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZOX5yA3Wj8U iFile is a file manager app for iOS that works without jailbreak. iFile is one of the most important apps to manage iPhone Operating System’s many stuff. You can easily use this app to manage file system, to install .deb files, rename files, unzip files , browse file, move file, delete files, modify files and to manage many things of your file system as your own. When you use the iFile app to complete these important things, you may don’t want to use iTunes ever
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