WinZip 3.0 for iOS (iPhone screenshot 001)WinZip 3.0 for iOS (iPhone screenshot 003)

WinZip Computing has finally updated its WinZip application for iOS which lets you access archived ZIP files on the go, create your own ones and more.

Now available in the App Store in both free and paid flavors, WinZip 3.0 brings out the all-new flattened interface that feels very natural on iOS 7, with AirDrop support making it real easy to share ZIP archives between iPhone, iPod touch and iPad devices using Apple’s new AirDrop peer-to-peer sharing technology in iOS 7.

WinZip 3.0 also allows you to upload files to your Dropbox and download them on your device, copy or send sharable links of files in Dropbox, take advantage of an improved workflow making it easier to manage your ZIP files on iOS devices and more…

The new interface fits in well with iOS 7, have a look below.

WinZip 3.0 for iOS (iPhone screenshot 004)WinZip 3.0 for iOS (iPhone screenshot 005)

Dropbox integration also enables WinZip users to add a new folder, as well as archive, unarchive and delete files in your Dropbox. Fans of Dropbox will be pleased that they can now perform common ZIP tasks directly on the files residing in their Dropbox.

The team has redone the app’s logic for better file management, so common tasks such as deleting copying, zipping and unzipping are now easier to access. You can also add a new folder and access your recently opened files within the app.

Finally, this WinZip edition includes direct email access to helpdesk, should any issues occur when using the program.

The iPad interface is pretty nicely done, check it out below.

WinZip 3.0 for iOS (iPad screenshot 001)

WinZip 3.0 for iOS (iPad screenshot 002)

WinZip 3.0 for iOS (iPad screenshot 003)

WinZip 3.0 for iOS (iPad screenshot 004)

WinZip is available free (ad-supported) in the App Store.

You can also go Pro for $4.99, which removes all advertising and enables Dropbox integration.

Both versions are universal and require iOS 7.0 or later.

  • Jason Baroni

    I am happy with iZip.

  • Andy

    I had no idea WinZip was on iOS.

    • Jason Baroni

      For such a long time, actually…

    • me too

    • credulousgeek

      me 3 lol

    • Yash Gorana

      me 4

    • Kurt

      me either* 😛

  • D1squs

    I dont know what’s the problem but iDB wont show my post so i’ll try this picture.

    I just want to share. Here’s the link :

  • hamooz10

    iFile can do what WinZIP does

    • ✪ aidan harris ✪

      Not really. Judging from the screenshots of Winzip and my usage of iFile I don’t think it can handle .zipx files and haven’t tried encrypted zip files but as far as I know (please do educate me if I’m wrong) iFile can’t do this either…

  • Pukka12

    Yea I just use ifile to unzip my archives.

  • onebyone_

    I’m waiting for ‘Safari Download Manager for iOS7’ would be a useful tweak with iFile. I wondering if this tweak or iFile could include the option to upload our files to dropbox from our iDevices.

    • Niclas

      iFile can already browse/upload/download files.

  • Falk M.

    Wow, I can get a BUNCH of good apps for that in that department and treat myself with a nice game on top.

    They sure want to use their name to sell an essentially not too complex app.

    *(I like to keep my applications in any OS ad-free… Ads are not something I’ll usually accept)