I still remember how pleased I was to jailbreak my iPhone to install iFile. Designed to be a superb file manager and viewer, it provides complete access to files on Jailbroken devices; just like Finder does on Mac. Even though I no longer want to jailbreak my iPhone, I still crave for some of the finest tweaks to use on my non-jailbroken device. And, iFile is one of them…

Fortunately, Apple now allows you to sideload apps which were previously available only through Cydia. Would you like to install iFile on your iPhone running iOS 10 without jailbreak? Let's find out!

How to Install iFile in iOS 10 on iPhone and iPad

How to Install iFile on iPhone and iPad in iOS 10 without Jailbreak

Step #1. First of all, download iFile.ipa app file on your Mac.

Step #2. Next, you need to install the app on your device without the help of App Store. To do so, you will have to either use Cydia Impactor or Xcode.

Note: Head over to this post to install iFile on your device using Xcode.

Step #3. It's time to trust the certificate on your iDevice.

To do so, launch Settings → General → Profiles & Device Management on your iPhone.

Step #4. Tap on the certificate of the installed iFile app.

Step #5. Tap on Trust and confirm it.

That's done! Now, launch iFile app on your device and make the best use of it.

The full-fledged version of iFile on a Jailbroken iOS device would let you navigate through the file system in several tabs. Besides, it allows viewing files of many types such as movie, images, sound, text, HTML, web archives, Microsoft and Apple iWork files, PDFs etc. However, it won't be able to provide the same experience on a non-jailbroken device due to limitations.

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Dhvanesh Adhiya is our editor-in-chief and reviewer who takes care of iGeeksBlog.com. He is passionate for wonderful apps that change the way your iPhone interacts in your life.