Originally Posted by 5thWiggle
It's not like ES file explorer because ios doesn't work the same way as andriod. In ios, apps are "sandboxed". Users and other apps have no access to another app's data except through ios' "open in" function.
Let me correct you there; on Android the same applies, apps can't see other apps' data, the app private data is also sandboxed. However, on a rooted phone a file explorer that has root access (like RootExplorer or SolidExplorer) can access all data.