View Any Document on the Go
Now your files go everywhere you do

The core of iExplorer Mobile is built around a universal file viewer. Virtually any major file type you can throw at it, it can view. This includes .doc, .docx, .pdf, .xlsx, .xls, .ppt, .pptx and many more.

View files and folders directly on your device and manage them however you please. You can copy, paste, rename, move, delete or share them via text, email, Twitter, AirDrop, print and more. You can copy files into your device from the cloud, WiFi or USB!

Stream Media with Cloud Integration
Access files for work, music & videos for play

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  • There are several third-party browsing apps for iPad capable of emulating Internet Explorer. Advertisement Atomic Web Step 1 Download the Atomic Web browser from the iTunes app store. Video of the Day Step 2 Open Atomic Web and touch the gear icon. Step 3 Select 'Identify Browser As' and choose the version of IE you wish to emulate.
  • How to allow pop-ups on an iPad. Start the Settings app. 2.In the pane on the left, tap 'Safari.' In the General section, turn off 'Block Pop-ups' by swiping the switch to the left.
  • Marclah wrote: I've have the same problem, I need access to MLS Link and need IE for IPad. Were you able to find a solution? There are spme alternate browsers available in the app store that will allow you to change the browser identifier and emulate other browsers, such as specific versions of IE. However, it will not help you get around the need for activeX controls as others have reported.

We’ve integrated file and folder access for Dropbox, Google Drive, WebDAV and the OSX file sharing protocol (SMB). We’ve even gone a step further and built our own file sharing protocol into iExplorer Connect which even further streamlines accessing files on any Mac or PC from your iPhone or iPad

iExplorer Mobile’s powerful and versatile media player works with audio and video, even if it’s stored in the cloud. You can stream a video straight from your Dropbox, Google Drive. Want to keep your music stored in dropbox? iExplorer Mobile lets you easily listen to the music any directory like a playlist!

Access Any Directory on Your Mac or PC with iExplorer Connect

You don't need any advanced technical knowledge to connect to your computer. We developed an app that simplifies the SMB connection, by running in the menubar, allowing you to select which directory you would like to share. View, copy, rename or delete files directly from your iDevice. You can even stream media.

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Whether you love Safari, Chrome, Firefox, or something else, you'll want to use your favorite web browser on all your devices. But what happens if your favorite web browser is Microsoft Internet Explorer (also known by its abbreviation, IE)? IE works great on desktop computers (unless you use a Mac; IE hasn't existed on the Mac for years). If you also use an iOS device, you'll need a workaround to get IE for iPhone or iPad.

Internet Explorer on iPhone or iPad? No

The short answer is no; there's no IE for iPhone or iPad. If you love Internet Explorer or are required to use it for work, there never will be IE for iOS. There are two critical reasons for this:

  • Microsoft stopped making Internet Explorer for the Mac in 2006. If the company doesn't develop IE for the Mac, it seems unlikely that Microsoft would suddenly bring IE to the iPhone.
  • Microsoft doesn't make IE for any operating system anymore. The company retired Internet Explorer entirely in 2015 and replaced it with a new browser called Edge.

What About the Microsoft Edge Browser? Yes

Even though IE isn't available for iOS, you could switch to Microsoft Edge. Microsoft released a version of its Edge browser for the iPhone and iPad. You can download Microsoft Edge from the App Store.

Edge existed on other platforms for a while before Microsoft brought it to iOS. As a result, it once seemed that Edge would likely never come to iPhone, but then Microsoft released the iOS version in early 2018. This is excellent news for Edge fans.

In addition to running Edge, there are a few other ways to use Microsoft browsers on an iPhone or iPad.

Change Your User Agent

You might be able to fool some websites that require IE into thinking it's running on your iPhone by changing your user agent. The user agent is a bit of code that the browser uses to identify itself to each website you visit. When you set your user agent to Safari on iOS (the default for iPhones and iPads), your browser tells sites that that's what it is when you visit the site.

If your iOS device is jailbroken, you can grab a user-agent switching app from Cydia (though remember that jailbreaking has its downsides). With one of these apps, you can make Safari tell websites that it's many different browsers, including IE. In some cases, this may be enough to get you into the IE-only site you need.

If the site you're trying to visit requires IE because it uses technologies that only Internet Explorer supports, these apps won't be enough. They only change what Safari appears to be, not the fundamental technologies built into it.

Use a Remote Desktop

Another way to use IE on iOS is with a remote desktop program. Remote desktop programs allow you to log in to a computer at your home or office over the internet using your iPhone or iPad. When you do that, you have access to all the files and programs on that computer, including Internet Explorer, if you installed it there.

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Using a remote desktop isn't for everyone. For one thing, since you have to stream data from the remote computer to your iOS device, it's slower than using an app installed on your iPhone. For another, it's not something that the average user will generally be able to use. It requires some technical skill or a corporate IT department to help you configure.

Still, if you want to give it a shot, search for Citrix or VNC apps at the App Store.

Alternative Browsers for iPhone and iPad

If you're adamantly opposed to using Safari on your iPhone or iPad, you can always try Chrome, available as a free download from the App Store.

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Don't like Chrome, either? There are a lot of alternative browsers available for the iPhone and iPad, many of which offer features not available on Safari or Chrome. Maybe one of them will be more to your liking.

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