Zip Viewer Preview on iOS 11

It has never been easier to open archives on your iPhone or iPad.

Main Features

  • Open zip file attachments from your emails
  • Open from Cloud Drives (iCloud Drive, Dropbox, Box, …)
  • Download from Safari
  • Push form other apps that offer a share/’open in’ feature.
  • Build-in file previewer which support file formats such as:

iWork documents – Microsoft Office documents (Office ‘97 and newer) – Rich Text Format (RTF) documents – PDF files – Images – Public text files – Movie files

  • Share your Files via email or  pass through to other apps
  • Print via AirPrint
  • Store your files on any cloud drives

How to migrate your Data to Zip Viewer Pro?

This Guide shows you how easy it is.

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  1. kailovedesign 1 month ago

    Thank you. If I do this via iTunes, will I be able to move the files to my OneDrive account? Or is this only for moving to the pro version?

    • Author
      oliko 1 month ago

      All files are available on your desktop and your can move them to your location of choice.

  2. kailovedesign 3 months ago

    Hello, I have been using the Zip Viewer / Zip Archives app for a while. I would like to save all of the files that are in here to my OneDrive account. I have been trying and I cannot figure out how to move the files to my OneDrive (or any other place). Can you please tell me how I can do this? These files are very important to me and I need to clear up some space on my iPhone, and I would be devastated if I were to lose all of these files! I will be anxiously awaiting your reply. Have an amazing day!

    • oliko 2 months ago

      Hello, you can do this via iTunes. See the following link:
      Step 1 shows you how to download the files to you computer.

      • kailovedesign 2 months ago

        Thank you! So there isn’t a way to do it directly from my phone to OneDrive? I appreciate your help. I was just really hoping to do this without a computer! 🙂

        • Author
          oliko 2 months ago

          Bulk upload of the entire file structure to OneDrive is unfortunately not possible. Single files can be uploaded with the sharing button. But the OneDrive app needs to be installed on your phone.

          • kailovedesign 1 month ago

            Thank you. So the only way to do it without a computer is to do them one by one? I can’t even upload a single zip file? Just each file individually? Thank you for your help and patience. I just want to be sure I understand correctly. I really wish I’d known this prior to using the app as this is very inconvenient and time consuming. 🙁

          • kailovedesign 1 month ago

            I meant that is it correct that you are telling me that I have to upload each file individually to do it from my phone, and that there isn’t a way to select the zip files and upload those at once? Thank you!

          • Author
            oliko 1 month ago

            Sorry for the inconvenience. Will consider this in future versions. You cannot pick the zip files as these are treated as folders. So currently there’s no option to do this directly from the app. The only way is via iTunes on a computer.

      • kailovedesign 1 month ago

        Thank you. If I do this via iTunes, will I be able to move the files to my OneDrive account? Or is this only for moving to the pro version?

  3. kai 3 months ago

    I actually figured out how to save the files individually, is there any way to save them to a cloud without having to do it one by one? Like the entire zip file?

  4. kai 3 months ago

    Is there any way I can save files from zip archive to a cloud service? Or share them? If so, how?

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