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8.2   How can I put my library on my iPhone?

EagleFiler stores your files in standard formats, and iOS can read most of them. There are several different ways to store your library so that it can be shared between a Mac, iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch:

Cloud Storage

You can store your EagleFiler library in the cloud. These apps let you access storage from a provider such as Dropbox or iCloud Drive, with support for many file types:

These apps focus on supporting plain text files:

These apps support editing rich text files:

The How can I access my library from multiple Macs? section lists a variety of services such as Dropbox and Google Drive that provide both cloud storage and an iPhone app for viewing your files in the cloud.

Device Storage

You can store your EagleFiler library directly on the iPhone and share it with your Mac (via Wi-Fi) using one of these apps:


Importing From iOS to EagleFiler

Please see the Importing From iOS section.


Note that encrypted libraries can be stored in the cloud but can only be natively accessed from a Mac, not from the Web, an iPhone, or an iPad. Many cloud providers do keep your files encrypted on their servers, however. There is a third-party app called Disk Decipher that allows access to encrypted libraries from iOS.

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