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iOS Feature Request: implement iOS 11's documents/files system

Hats off to Peter and the contributors to be so dedicated to a hobby and making our favorite music player available on so many platforms. I am not sure what the development stack is for foobar mobile, whether its cross-platform or native, but if at all possible it would be nice to see integration with iOS Files app. Would make the mobile experience closer to the powerful desktop experience that we all love and appreciate. It would be especially useful on the iPad. I have my NAS connected to the files app via smb and it has started to feel more and more like a proper operating system with a file explorer.

It seems like it is just a matter of exposing the existing foobar200 Music Folder to the Files app so it is accessible outside the foobar app's sandboxed file system.

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